Pike Place Market clock honors 12th man

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Pike place market clock 12th manSEATTLE — You may not have noticed, but time is standing still at the Pike Place Market.  In honor of the Seahawks Super Bowl bid and all the 12th Man fans, the world famous clock atop the Pike Place Market was stopped at high noon Saturday.  The clock will remain stopped through the Super Bowl, and resume normal time on Monday morning.

The giant clock was one of the first outdoor neon signs of its kind on the West Coast, when it was installed in 1928.

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