Dallas Cowboys’ Sean Lee to Greet Fans at Uncle Bob's Self Storage in North Richland Hills, TX

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Dallas Cowboys’ Linebacker Sean Lee will appear at an Uncle Bob’s Self Storage facility in North Richland Hills, Texas, on Feb. 8. Lee will visit the facility at 5575 Davis Blvd. from 1 to 3 p.m. CST to sign autographs and greet fans. The event is open to the public, and there is no cost to attend. It will be Lee’s second appearance at an Uncle Bob’s. He first visit in San Antonio brought in more than 400 fans.

“Sean was amazing the last time he visited us, so we wanted to give more Cowboys fans the chance to meet him,” said Kevin Bagwell, area manager for Uncle Bob’s Texas facilities. “We know how much the Dallas/Ft. Worth community loves their Cowboys, and we’re just as excited as the fans for this event.”

The event will also include the “Ultimate Fan Cave” grand-prize drawing. During the NFL season, Uncle Bob’s and the Cowboys sponsored a weekly trivia contest on Twitter. On Feb. 8, the 11 contest finalists will receive keys, one of which will unlock a storage unit containing the Fan Cave prize pack. The pack includes a 55-inch LED TV, team merchandise and more.

 “We knew Cowboys fans loved their team, but we were still taken back by how many people entered the contest,” said Chris Laczi, marketing director at Uncle Bob’s. “It’s been fun seeing the contest unfold, and whomever opens the storage unit will have an incredible setup for watching the Cowboys next year.”

Lee was drafted 55th overall in 2010 from Pennsylvania State University. The was the year he was also named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week and Defensive Player of the Month. In 2012, he tied the Cowboys’ team record for most tackles in a single game. Lee was again named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month in October.

Uncle Bob’s Self Storage is owned by Sovran Self Storage Inc., a real estate investment trust that acquires and manages self-storage facilities. The company operates more than 480 facilities in 25 states, including 30 locations in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

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