Seattle Seahawks Corporate Office Headquarters

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Seattle Seahawks Corporate Office Headquarters
Football Northwest LLC
Address:
11220 North East 53rd Street
Kirkland, Washington 98033-7505 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-425-827-9777
Customer Service Number: 1-888-635-4295



More Seahawks Contact Information:
Seattle Seahawks
Customer Relationship Department
12 Seahawks Way
Renton, WA 98056
Levy Restaurants: 1-206-808-8368
FSN Lounge Reservations: 1-206-381-8035
Club Wells Fargo Concierge: 1-206-808-8361
Fan Experience Hotline: 1-888-694-2957 or txt HAWK12
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  1. This is by far the best Seattle Seahawks song I've heard in 2013-2014...We AllWe Got!! http://youtu.be/z4_Du8iomyM

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  2. To whom it may concern,My name is Oliver Ellis, The reason for this email is to inform you of a greate idea investment. The only problem is you hafe to have a superbowl. NO RING NO TIRE.My web sit is a fan,s favorite.just pick your teams tire and click on and watch it blow up. www.dreemtire.com I was born in seattle and i,am a fan.This is the best team seattle as had in years.I need a superbowl so we can have a tire.REMENBER;NO RING NO TIRE.Give me a reason to come home.Thank you for your time.717 232-057-717 433-4626.1924 Clayton ave harrisburg pa 17109

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  3. stop the sale of the play off tickets we have to sale tickets to the 49ers fans too thay aloud us in their stadium play off or not concerned big black eye

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  4. let the 49ers buy tickets too

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  5. how do we rule let the 9ers fans in

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  6. I am a die hard Hawk fan for years, but I don't think it is right to deny ticket access to California. Did anyone stop and think about the 12's that we have in California. I always felt the Seahawks were a class act, however this is not classy and we are better than this.

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  7. Well whoo,
    Learn somtin new everyday,
    One of the reasons that I picked the Seahawks for my favorite team
    is because of their sense of fair play and example of good sportsmanship,
    but yesterday I heard that Seattle would not sell playoff tickets to Californians.
    Apparently other teams have done the same, in fact Denver is too.
    Now there are lots of ways to get tickets, but I don't like this home-field policy,
    especially in Seattle which happens to have the highest decibel rating of any stadium.
    Nevertheless, I really feel disillusioned with the whole NFL for allowing this Bull-shit.
    I'm not wearing my Seahawk hat, today anyways. Maybe I'll boycott the NFL next year.

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  8. Keep the Defense . A diamond in the rough in Demarcus Flanagan WSC South Player of the year. Is seeking a try out in 2014.

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  9. This is my favorite Sea-hawks anthem I have ever heard!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHL33WqDlAg&feature=youtu.be

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  10. I'm a dye hard seahawks fan but you need keep a lid on Sherman mouth he makes the team look like bunch on thugs

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  11. Excellent game! Excellent team! Excellent coaches! Keep it up brothers.

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  12. Win or lose, good or bad, we are true to you no matter what. ~ Bob & Terry D.

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  13. Are you really going to let the whole team disrespect our national anthem? How many fans are you willing to lose?

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  14. It. has been reported the Entire Team may endorse Colin an his Protest.
    Perhaps this could be justified if Seattle was not a Diverse City.
    In fact it has of late been in the front of many changes for Social an Economic Justice, also Law Enforcement Justice.

    Do you really want to Upset Your Fan Base, Number 12.
    Why not have your members whom feel passionate about this issue, to take it to the streets. Protest there, Not at the Field.
    Your Fans, your exceptional Fans are here to watch NFL Football, not be dragged into a individual decision which may or may not be true.

    Does your Team also believe in removing all History from the U.S, if it has offended those whom where not even born, or their parents born,just so they can be in the Now.

    I thought this Franchise was a Christian Franchise, obviously political correctness is eroding the minds of even the SEATTLE SEA-HAWKS.

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  15. I'm with anonymous above - if the team is going to decide to go along with Colin Kapernick and disrespect our Flag and the National Anthem of this great country - I will no longer be a SeaHawk Fan (one of the 12th man) and believe me I'm one of the great ones. That's a promise. Please rethink this, you can support BLM some other way - go support the poor they are not just black or white they are all colors. Our Country is going to hell in a hand basket and your support of Kapernick will just make things worse.

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    1. You think you're doing an honorable thing when, in fact, you are doing a despicable service to our great country. How dare you use your fan base to carry on with your misguided views. You can also count me out as a fan if you proceed with this stupidity. Good luck with that. There's more of us out here than you may think.

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    2. yes, in fact he is doing the "honorable" thing. I totally agree with him. All lives matter and BLM is tearing this country apart. ALL LIVES MATTER and you say to this person how can you use your fan base? what about Kapernick, he is using his fan base? Hmm, have you thought about that, really, think about it. Two wrongs do not make a right.

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  16. I would appreciate your team members whom are planning on protesting, to tell their Fan Base what they have personally done over this last summer to rectify this polarizing issue in America.
    Showing disrespect to The American Flag, an the National Anthem, brings nothing to this Issue.
    Perhaps joining a Bandwagon, is the appropriate response when an Individual can not be the forefront person for Change .
    Change begins in the Individual it can not be dictated from a Government
    especially if the group wanting change is Racist in it's own Heart.

    If this protest happens Sunday, I only hope your Fan Base shows you the Seattle Sea-Hawks the same disrespect your members will show America.

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  17. If you disrespect our flag on 9-11 you should be ashamed of your selves. Please have your players learn some self control and make changes in their own lives before they disrespect the millions of American soldiers who died for their freedom. Did they already forget the hundreds of thousands of soldiers including many former black slaves who died during the civil war just for the hope of freedom? Did they forget the millions of service men who died during WWII including the Tuskegee pilots who fought for the rights of all men against oppression? This country has provided more blood for equality and freedom than any other country in the history of the world.... Honor it or send your millionaires in tights home.

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  18. The Seattle Seahawk corporate decision to allow a player protest has to be the most misguided corporate decision I have ever experienced. These players are your employees and when they wear those Seahawk uniforms on game day this is their work day and the field is their workplace. Name for me any other occupation where employees are allowed to wage a political demonstration in there workplace while performing their jobs. Personal political views should be expressed outside the shared workplace and on their own time.

    Shame on you Seattle Seahawks, especially on this day the 15th anniversary of 9-11. In New York City today, the ceremony began with uniformed police officers carrying in the flag that flew that infamous morning when thousands of our fellow citizens including first responders perished in an unimaginable inferno. The memorial ceremony followed presentation of the flag with a diverse group of American children singing our National Anthem. No protests there!!

    Consider the optics of your player protest here in Seattle today of all days. You have shamed your organization, your community, your fans and your country. This will not be forgotten or forgiven.

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  19. Way to go Seattle!! You won a game and lost your standing with your fans and the rest of America.

    Tell Russell Wilson, who I previously admired for his personal lifestyle choices, there was nothing "loving" or "unifying" about this protest. Dr. Martin Luther King himself would have never condoned this display. He loved this country and fought for equal access and sharing of all the wonderful opportunities this magnificent country has to offer for all Americans. He also recognized the importance of securing positive public opinion in advancing any cause. Sadly, the Seahawk organization supported this directionless display today.

    Not too many years ago the Portland Trailblazers thought they could ignore public opinion concerning their determination to retain questionable players, the infamous "Jailblazers". Much to their surprise the public decided not to attend their games until action was taken to remedy the problem. Watch out Seahawks. Watch out NFL. Even the 12th Man has its limits. The power of lost ticket and merchandise sales. Ouch!

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  20. If this protest continues, I have made a decision to not allow my young son's to watch football. This country deserves more respect than this. My husband, who is an avid football fan, agrees, and that says something.

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