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Moon Over Bobble Heads, There’s a New Gnome in Town

By mark murrell On September - 29 - 2009

Face painting, foam hands, decorated vehicles, flags, jerseys; diehard Sports fans consistently seek for creative ways to flaunt their team pride. I am sure we have seen it all…or have we?

Yesterday, during the NY Jets game, fans were dawning sombreros in honor of their star rookie quarterback, Mark Sanchez. Seriously? Sombreros? This solidified my hypothesis that fans will go to the ends of the earth to show their support, but more importantly, find unique ways to display it.

For these diehard fans dedication to their team does not wane when the game is over. Their undying devotion can be found at their office, in (and on) their car, and at their home; Bobble Heads have long been a popular choice for fans seeking to decorate their shrine.

Bobble heads have been around for nearly 150 years. It wasn’t until 1920 when the New York Knicks created the first athletic Bobble Head, that they became a staple for sports fans across the globe.

I think we can be more creative, however.

Don’t get me wrong, Bobble Heads are funny, but I want to be unique, separate myself from the rest. Bobble Heads seem old hat. Besid...

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