Promotional sport beach balls are a great way to show your love for your favorite sport. They are fun to bounce around the crowd during games (just don’t expect to get them back!) or you could bring them to the beach for some water fun. They even make a great substitue as a soccer or volleyball.
Archive for February, 2009
As the Superbowl comes and goes, sport fans need to turn their attention toward another sport and with March Maddness still over a month away, most of them don’t know what to do; so I will tell you. Next week starts the beginning of spring training, for pitchers and catchers, and that means that it is time to dig out your baseball apparel and start the trash talking. Whether you are a die hard Yankees fan, a Red Sox believer, or a Mets lover, stock up with your favorite team’s schwag and head down south to wait out the rest of winter, all the while psyching yourself up for another eventful season ( have you seen the A-Rod headlines lately?).
After dominating for most of the game, the Pittsburgh Steelers watched their 6th Superbowl Championship almost slip from their fingers as the Arizona Cardinals took the lead, with 2:37 remaining, in the biggest comeback in Superbowl history. However, the Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger connected with Santonio Holmes in the endzone, with 35 seconds left on the clock, to secure the championship once and for all. When a Cardinals fumble put the ball back in Roethlisberger’s hands with a mere 5 seconds remaining terrible towels, around the world could no longer be controlled.
Support the Steelers by buying promotional Superbowl XLIII Champion t-shirts as well as other sports apparel. Not only are they great shirts to have but they can be a great collector’s item as well. You can even get Cardinals apparel if you are still in denial that they ended up losing.