The statue shows Brooks carrying his briefcase, depicting his daily life.
Provo, Utah (PRWEB) January 11, 2014
Big Statues had the opportunity to create a life-size bronze statue of Robert Brooks, founder of Hooters Restaurant and donor to Clemson University. This statue is now located inside the Robert Brooks building on Clemson University for all to see.
Brooks not only founded Hooters Restaurant, but also made many large donations to universities in South Carolina. In the 1993-1994 school year the building was completed and named after Robert Brooks following a large donation. He later passed away in 2006.
Clemson is a great University have shown others they appreciate their support, especially that of Robert Brooks. Brooks is a man loved by all who are Clemson fans and even eat out at Hooters.
This statue stands six feet tall, and has the exact details of Brooks and is cast in stunning bronze. The statue shows Brooks carrying his briefcase, depicting is daily life.
Each piece of artwork created by Big Statues is customized to the wishes of each client and is taken special care in order to recreate the exact likeness of the subject.
The sculptors at Big Statues ensure that you receive a unique piece of artwork that can be appreciated by all.
Each piece created by Big Statues is lifetime guaranteed. For more information on working with Big Statues to create your custom bronze sculpture, visit http://www.bigstatues.com.
Also, a Congrats are in order to Clemson's football team on winning the Orange Bowl. The Clemson football team has had a great season with an even better ending.