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George Stewart Memorial Trophy

This sculpture is an embodiment of the spirit and purpose of the Florida Citrus Bowl, named in honor of the late Orlando businessman who was an inspired leader of the Bowl Game from its inception in 1947 until his death in 1975. The image of a football player, with his helmet under one arm and a crippled child held in the other, is symbolic of the bowl’s charitable goal to benefit children’s hospitals.

The approximately 12-foot sculpture, which stands outside the Citrus Bowl, is a reproduction of the 24-inch George L. Stuart Memorial Trophy, originally crafted by the late Edmond Romulus Amateis, a world-renowned sculptor who practiced in Central Florida. 

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