A Massachusetts creamery and family farm is celebrating the astounding football career of recently retired Patriots star Rob Gronkowski.
West End Creamery in Whitinsville announced the design Sunday afternoon for their fall maze, which opens later this month.
The amazing design shows the former New England tight end in his No. 87 jersey, spiking a football, his signature move in the end zone.
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The maze also says "Thanks Gronk!" and "Go Pats!"
"What an a-maize-ing person you are on and off the field, Gronk, and it’s been so fun to watch you play!" the farm said on its Facebook page. "Together with Pats fans everywhere, we are sad to see you retire, and wish you all the best! We will miss you this season!"
The former New England Patriots tight end took notice, writing in an Instagram post, "Gronk spike required when you finish this! Thanks @westendcreamery!"
Gronkowski's girlfriend, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Camille Kostek, commented underneath his repost, saying, "is this going to be our next date ?"
West End Creamery, which also features an ice cream shop and mini golf, said the maze will be open Fridays and weekends from Sept. 21 through Oct. 27 as part of its 2019 fall festival.
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