Why choose customized footballs for advertising your brand?
Football has been hailed as “Ämerica's favorite past time.” The Super Bowl which features the top two teams in the National Football League is one of the most watched and awaited sporting events to start the year. For this reason, giveaway footballs has emerged as one of the most popular sports merchandise. You can see them being sold in most venues. Personalized footballs
make a great giveaway to school varsity teams. Footballs with logo can also make a great desktop addition. They will also enhance the appeal of your drawer. The also are excellent as a gift for employees and loyal customers.
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While American football may have traced its beginnings from soccer and rugby, the creation of printed footballs was never truly designed but just happened. Called as “pigskin”in the modern day, it is actually made of cowhide. The development of the football came about as a result of changes in the game itself. For instance, when the forward pass became a dominant play, the football became longer and slimmer. In 1956, the white customized footballs used in night games were replaced with a standard day time football circled with two white stripes.
Promotional footballs are great as a promotional product. They have a wide imprint area that you can customize with your corporate logo and contact details. This means that your brand gets instant promotion whenever varsity teams use the football to practice their plays. They are available in different colors so you can choose the right one that will truly represent your brand. Customizable footballs will be used on a regular basis so you can bank on receiving continuous promotions of your brand. The important thing is to make sure that your imprint should be large enough to be seen by potential customers even from a distance.
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You will never go wrong with using custom footballs as your advertising material. They only require a minimal investment on your part. In the long run, you can bank on getting huge savings which can be diverted to other important aspects of your business. Beef up your next tradeshow with footballs and see what difference they can make on your brand. With the competition in the industry tougher than ever, you need to raise your game a notch higher. So don't be left behind by the competition. Call our toll free number at (844) 806-1306 and take your brand to the next level with footballs with logo. This way, you can give yourself some peace of mind when promoting your brand
Fun football facts and trivia
Here are a couple of interesting trivia you might not know about football!
American Football grew out of English sports such as rugby and soccer and became popular on American college campuses in the late 1800s.
In 1876, a coach named Walter Camp, who is considered the “Father of American Football,” helped produce the first rules of American football. Among important changes were the introduction of line scrimmages and down-and-distance rules
The first recognized football game as played between Rutgers and Princeton Universities in 1869, using rugby-like rules
The American Professional Football Association was formed in 1920; two years later it changed its name to the National Football League (NFL), which would ultimately become the major league of American football.
It takes about 600 cows to make one full season’s worth of NFL footballs.
A cow has only a 1 in 17,420,000 chance of becoming an NFL football that is used in the Super Bowl.
While football originally was popular in Midwestern industrial towns, its growth in popularity around the U.S. is typically traced to the 1958 NFL Championship game, which has been called the “Greatest Game Ever Played.
In an NFL game, as many as 75 minutes, or about 60% of total TV air time (excluding commercials), is spent on shots of players standing on the line of scrimmage, huddling, or just walking around between snaps.
According to the California Avocado Commission, 12 million pounds of avocados will be purchased in the week leading up to the Super Bowl. On Super Bowl Sunday, Americans will eat 8 million pounds of guacamole
More pizza is sold on Super Bowl Sunday than on any other day of the year. Psychologists note that there are situations/events socially tied to food categories, such as the Super Bowl and pizza, Easter and eggs, etc
Though wings and pizza are the most popular Super Bowl snacks, around 11 million pounds of chips are eaten on Super Bowl Sunday. Additionally, around 4 million pounds of pretzels and 2.5 million pounds of nuts are eaten that day.
Americans drink 50 million cases of beer on Super Bowl weekend, which is a tab of more than $10.8 billion
The days when Super Bowl games are played rank second when it comes to the highest American food consumption. The number one day when Americans eat is Thanksgiving
The huddle was invented by Paul Hubbard. A legally deaf quarterback from Gallaudet University, he “huddled” other players together so he could hear them better and to protect them from the other teams’ prying eyes
Helmets weren’t mandatory for football players until 1939
Antacid sales increase by 20% the day after the Super Bowl. Additionally, 6% of Americans will call in sick the day after
These interesting facts were taken from: randomhistory.com