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Teen-Beat 240
brick at the Washington, D.C. arena

A brick engraved with the letters "TEENBEAT 240" and placed into the sidewalk in front of the downtown Washington, D.C. arena which opened in late 1997.

It is located directly to the left of the main entrance on F Street (facing the building), in the second column of engraved bricks. Originally named the M.C.I. Center, the arena is now called the Verizon Center. It is open for viewing year-round from dawn to dusk and beyond.


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Teen-Beat 240 brick MCI Verizon Center, Washington DC
Teen-Beat 240
brick.
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Brick confirmation letter from Washington Sports.
Teen-Beat 240 walk of fans certificate MCI Verizon Center, Washington DC
"Walk of Fans"
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Verizon Center, Washington DC
Verizon Centre
on March 25, 2011.
Teen-Beat 240 brick MCI Verizon Center, Washington DC
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Teen-Beat 240 brick MCI Verizon Center, Washington DC
Teen-Beat 240
close-up.
Matt Datesman with Teen-Beat 240 brick MCI Verizon Center, Washington DC
Matt Datesman from the band True Love Always visiting Teen-Beat 240 in November, 2012.
(photo by Amanda R. Gooden)

ARENA OPENS

December 5, 1997


CATALOGUE No.

Teen-Beat 240