South Lake Union Celebrates Seattle's Super Bowl XLVIII Victory

The Seahawks "12th Man" flag is displayed above the entrance to MOHAI in South Lake Union on Wednesday morning.

During its February meeting, Tuesday at the Museum of History and Industry, the South Lake Union Community Council enthusiastically voted to commend the Seattle Seahawks on their victory in Super Bowl XLVIII.

The South Lake Union Community Council encourages residents, employees, neighbors and others who call South Lake Union home or visit the neighborhood to celebrate by participating in a fun and safe Moment of Loudness at 12:12 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5 during the City of Seattle's victory parade for the team.

"Whether you attended the Seahawks' first game in 1976, watched Sunday's Super Bowl win over Denver on television or are a fan of Seattle and the South Lake Union neighborhood, the Seattle Seahawks are a team to celebrate,"  said Mike McQuaid, president of the South Lake Union Community Council.