Fan-Tastic Retailers

Bhonslay, Marianne
October 2007
SGB;Oct2007, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents a comparison of retail stores which serve legendary football markets including the store Tiger Rags, Inc. in Auburn, Alabama with the annual Auburn University v. University of Alabama game, the Packers Pro Shop in Green Bay, Wisconsin, serving the Green Bay Packers and the Raider Image in Oakland, California for the Los Angeles Raiders football team.


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