Celtics team president Rich Gotham, Glen “Big Baby” Davis, and Rachel Kaprielian of the Mass Registrar of Motor Vehicles during the unveiling of the Celtics’ newly designed license plate at the Watertown RMV. (Matthew J. Lee / Globe Staff)
Glen “Big Baby” Davis stopped by the Watertown RMV Tuesday to promote the Celtics’ new license plate. From the Names column in today’s Globe:
Courting fans for new plates: Glen “Big Baby” Davis surprised drivers at the Watertown Registry of Motor Vehicles yesterday. The Celtics forward hung out behind the welcome desk, promoting the team’s new license plate, which benefits Children’s Hospital Boston. (The plate will be available when 1,500 people sign up.) “He was pretty funny,” said spokesman Sean Flanagan, of Davis’s performance. “He was calling out numbers, like ‘next!’ He was running around, making photocopies.” Davis, toting the NBA Championship Trophy, posed for pics with about 100 fans. Celtics President Rich Gotham and the Celtics dancers were also on hand.