What happens to the premade New England Super Bowl Champion gear they would have had at the game?
Topic: What happens to the premade New England Super Bowl Champion gear they would have had at the game?
March 26, 2019 / By Zillah Question:
Once the game is nearly over, they have the Team Champion hats out and ready. What happens to the hats they would have handed out had New England won? Do they burn them all or do they have a small army of sweatshop workers at the game sewing the hats just before the game ends.
Best Answers: What happens to the premade New England Super Bowl Champion gear they would have had at the game?
Sherie | 3 days ago
Actually, they only make enough of the Championship shirts & hats for the team in case they win.
The products made for the public are not printed until the game is over. The company that makes the shirts & hats is in Rhode Island and they have workers watching the game then they immediately go to work printing to get them out to the public the next day. Only a handful of shirts for the team actually goes to the third world countries so you'll probably never find a misprinted 19-0 shirt or hat out there.
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Originally Answered: Why is the Super Bowl winner called a "world champion"?
We call the champions of all of our major sports "World Champs". We have this idea as Americans that we are the best at everything until somebody proves us otherwise. I think in recent years with our futility in basketball at the Olympics and the Worlds, in baseball at the WBC, and in other sports like soccer, boxing, and hockey, that we need to get away from this moniker and simply call the league champions.
In reference to American football, however, we are still the best, so I don't think any amount of arrogance in this area is uncalled for. Go Colts, future World Champions!
Lol I asked my Fiance the same thing (he's a HUGE sports junkie).. he said they donate all that stuff to poor countries
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I don't wanna jinx it, but I still give them a 10. They are going to be SO motivated this year it's going to be rediculous. After losing the Superbowl in 2007 and then Brady going down last year and STILL going 11-5, but then not making the playoffs. As long as Brady's knee holds up alright this offense looks to be better then 2007. They've got a double-threat now on both sides of the field with Moss and Galloway... one is always gonna be open... which will end up opening the Tight Ends and also Welker alot more. And then they got Fred Taylor, Sammy Morris, Laurence Maroney and Kevin Faulk in the backfield... so unlike 2007... they are going to have serious running attack. On defense you've got Wilfork, Seymour, Warren, Bruschi, Mayo, Thomas and Burgess... WOW. The defensive backs I only worry about slightly, but they've got Meriweather and Sanders at safety where you'll also probably see the rookie Chung get playtime and enough youth and veterans at CB to truly find who their fulltime starters should be. There is literally no glaring weakness's on this team now, BUT... anything can happen. GO PATS!!
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It goes to third world kids. The same kids that are just hearing about the Patriots today. the last time they would have been exposed to the Patriot name was after the Green Bay loss about twelve years ago.
However, these kids all know the Rams, the Eagles, and the Panthers.
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It'll be used to line dog cages in kennels across the country after they run out of Michael Vick jerseys.
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