Fan’s Collection Featured in New Buffalo Bills Museum Exhibit
Boston resident Greg Tranter isn't your every day Buffalo Bills fan. Rather, he is THE Buffalo Bills fan. Tranter's love of the team has driven him to collect anything and everything related to the Bills that he can possibly get his hands on. In doing so he has amassed what is thought to be the largest collection of Buffalo Bills memorabilia in the country.
Tranter's collection consists of a seemingly unending assortment of bobbleheads, posters, game balls, football cards, autographed pictures, and about every other type of Bills football memorabilia imaginable. Among the many highlights of the massive Bills collection are his selection of game programs. He has successfully gathered a game program from every game the Bills have ever played. The one of a kind collection so impressed the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society that they decided to feature it in their recently opened "50th Anniversary" exhibit.
The exhibit, which is being displayed at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Museum in New York, celebrates the Buffalo Bills 50th season by paying homage the team's rich history. It gives fans the opportunity to hang out in a locker room filled with Hall of Fame stars, call a Bills game in a broadcast booth, and check out more than 500 pieces of Bills memorabilia.
Visitors can tour the exhibit with Greg Tranter Saturday September 19th at 1pm, Saturday October 10th and Noon, Sunday November 8th at 1:30pm. To find out more about the exhibit visit the museum's website at www.bechs.org.