November 19, 2010: Superman Decorates Tree in Cleveland Airport

Superman Christmas A Christmas Tree decorated with Superman ornaments and items is on display at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to celebrate the Man of Steel's connection to Cleveland, Ohio.

    While in town visiting relatives, Laura Siegel Larson attended a meeting of the Siegel and Shuster Society and said her father would be proud of the work the group is doing to promote Cleveland as the home of Superman creators Siegel and Joe Shuster.

    "My father created a bunch of characters and he loved them all," said the California resident. "But he always had a special place in his heart for Superman. He created a character here in Cleveland that is known and loved throughout the world."

    The Siegel and Shuster Society wants to get the message out that Superman is a Clevelander born and bred, created in a modest house on Kimberly Avenue in Glenville.

    Within days, a Christmas tree decorated with Superman ornaments will be up at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Read the full report at Cleveland.com.



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