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Statue Collections & Producers (page 4)

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Jungle Jim's International Market
Fairfield, OH
Jungle Jim's International Market is a six and a half acre supermarket with an amusement park type atmosphere. In addition to these animal statues, there are more statues outside and inside the store, including animatronic displays. Some examples include: a Birthday Cake, a Snake, and Fruit & Corn. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Glenn's Market and Catering
Watertown, WI
Glenn's Market and Catering displays a bull, a cow, a pig and a giant chicken. There are more examples of all these statues in this section. [map]

various animals
Wynnefield, OK
These various animal statues are located at Steppin' Out Western Wear. [map]

fiberglass statues
Acton, CA
These fiberglass statues are installed at The Barnyard. For more, see this website. [map]

Harry's Grill & Piggy's Ice
Hendersonville, NC
Harry's Grill & Piggy's Ice has a large collection of fiberglass statues. The ice cream stand opened in 1980. The restaurant was added in 1993. Many Hendersonville residents refer to their town as "Hooterville" - a name taken from the "Petticoat Junction" TV sitcom from the 1960s. Included among these statues is a Pizza Chef statue, are two Big Boy statues and Yogi and Boo-Boo Bear statues. The Yogi Bear statue stood in front of a restaurant in Lake Lure for more than 25 years. Before that, he was installed at a campground. The Boo-Boo Bear statue was cast from a mold that was used previously for the Yogi Bear Honey Fried Chicken chain. [map]

sculpture group
Houston, TX
This sculpture group stands in front of Texas Pipe and Supply. Many of the figures were created by Marc Rankin. The collection includes a dinosaur, a hippo, a rhino, an eagle, a roadrunner, an armadillo, a spider, a King Kong, an airplane and a rocket. Most of the sculptures were made from scrap metal. A few are mass-produced fiberglass figures. The trio of cows probably came from the Houston Cow Parade. [map]

Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
New Orleans, LA
Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World claims to be the world's biggest producer of floats, sculptures, and props. Blaine Kern Studios was established in 1947. For more, see this website. [map]

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