Kellogg’s LEGO Sculptures at Williamsport Airport

My wife and I visited her family in Williamsport, PA last September. There is a very small airport there which just has one gate, served by US Airways Express turboprop planes. So imagine my surprise when I saw LEGO on display there! They had a glass display case with LEGO sculptures of Kellogg’s Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam characters, along with some of the Kellogg’s product boxes.

I don’t know why these were there, or if any other airports were included in this program, but I was very impressed with the models and very surprised to see them in such an unexpected location. As far as I know, neither LEGO nor Kellogg’s have any particular connection to Williamsport.

Display case at Williamsport Airport

LEGO models at Williamsport Airport

8 Comments on Kellogg’s LEGO Sculptures at Williamsport Airport

  1. Just to let you know that Kellogs has several plants in the area and have been a big employer since the early 70’s.

    Pop-Tarts are made here

  2. HI, WE LIVE IN WILLIAMSPORT ALSO AND HAVE ONE OF THE TONY THE TIGER LEGOS FIGURE AND AM INTERESTED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THEM. ARE THEY RARE? MY SON WANTS TO SELL IT ON EBAY. THANKS.

  3. Really? Where did you get it from? As far as I can tell, Kelloggs commissioned the sculptures to be made as a marketing thing, so they’re very rare.

  4. WE GOT TONY AT A YARD SALE. I GUESS WE WILL BE LISTING HIM ON EBAY SO KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN.

  5. HI BILL, WE LISTED TONY THE TIGER LEGO FIGURE LAST EVENING ON EBAY. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST. JUST LOOK UNDER LEGO TONY THE TIGER.

  6. Hollie Hill. I also found a LEGO TONY THE TIGER at a garage sale. Did you have any luck on Ebay?