A BC supermarket is showing its support for the Toronto Raptors in pretty creative fashion. The impressive Raptors display made entirely out of loads of boxes of Coca-Cola was set up in a Save-on-Foods in Kelowna, the poster of the photo told Narcity.
"Supermarket in BC❤️ Love from the west coast is real! Go get em today Raps🦖," wrote the Reddit user who posted the photos on Friday, August 21.
The pics show the towering display, which appears to be made up of a combination of boxes of Coke, Diet Coke, and Coke Zero. It reads "Go Raptors" one side and "We The North" on the other.
Multiple users on Reddit found the post entertaining and downright impressive. "Imagine if it fell. Regardless though the employee who designed this should get a serious raise," read one comment.
"Rumour has it was Masai [Ujiri] himself who built this," joked another.
This is certainly a pretty novel way to cheer on the team, who are up 3-0 in their first-round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets. Two days ago, injured Raptors player Oshae Brissett also got creative by appearing the stands as a virtual fan.