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  • legogallegogal Member Posts: 754
    The point of finding something that represents a State/Province/Country, etc. sounds much more doable. And certainly the LL Parks do represent a country and could offer a few polybags that do that well. The idea of plants, flowers, trees, birds, etc., that are well known in an area could be a real winner.

    Here is a link to the brick set listing of LEGO store grand opening sets: Store Grand Opening Set

    It contains many great ideas for what could be possible for each store and Park. Most were picked because of an historical link to that location, like the bucking bronco in Calgary because of their famous rodeo. What do you think would work for the stores within an hour or two of you?
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    ^ And those sets were way better than the minifigs. Towards the end, it seemed they just used random parts to make minifigs, with no link to the cities they were from.
  • legogallegogal Member Posts: 754
    I agree! The Miami-1 set for Aventura Mall is one of my all time US favorites.

    I have little interest in those three packs of minifigs used so often now for store openings because they don't relate well to the location in most instances.
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