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Artist Scott LoBaido paints flag mural on Tampa Firefighters Museum


Scott LoBaido works from a man lift painting a giant American flag on the downtown Tampa Firefighters Museum on Monday morning, the project will be finished on Tuesday. LoBaido is a world renowned artist and American Patriot, LoBaido is in Tampa to perform with the Lt. Dan Band on May 10th at a benefit concert for Sgt. Mike Nicholson. Scott wanted to give the Tampa community a "Thank You" for supporting Mike Nicholson, as well as other returning veterans by painting a huge American Flag Mural on the North side of the Tampa Firefighters Museum which will be dedicate to Sgt. Michael Nicholson. Scott LoBaido will be preforming at the The Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Gary Sinise Foundation with the help of Scott LoBaido are partnering through their Building for America Bravest program to honor the sacrifices of Sgt. Mike Nicholson. Scott LoBaido painting a 80' x 30' American Flag Mural as a constant reminder and "Thank You" to the Tampa Bay area for supporting Michael and the entire military community.


Artist Scott LoBaido paints flag mural on Tampa Firefighters Museum 05/06/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 4:53pm]
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