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Sanford Pledges $10 Million For Crazy Horse

May 22, 2014, 2:30 PM by Andy Graning

Sanford Pledges $10 Million For Crazy Horse
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

There's a big grant waiting for the Crazy Horse Memorial, but it needs your help. T. Denny Sanford pledged $10 million to the sculpture in a dollar-for-dollar matching grant. Sanford says its time for South Dakotans to rally around the unique tourist attraction.

"I don't care if it takes another 100 years to finish that structure. When the head of crazy horse alone is larger than all of Mt. Rushmore, you're talking about a structure, second to none in the world. Be proud in South Dakota," Sanford said.

 

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