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A Helmet in your Hand

Posted by Dave On September - 29 - 2014
Seattle Seahawk fans tailgating with Seahawk FanMugs

Seattle Seahawk fans tailgating with their Seahawk FanMugs

It was around this time last year when we discovered and reviewed the FanMug, a unique can koozie, mug and desk caddy – all in one – in the form of an authentic, miniature replica of your favorite football team’s helmet. The facemask is the handle and the 13.5 oz removable cup is dishwasher safe and BPA-free. It keeps your can, bottle or poured cold drink cold, AND your hot chocolate or coffee hot.

We really like the attention to detail of the FanMug, from the team nickname on the front and back to the clear facemask clips … just like real helmets. You’ll be the talk of your tailgate while supporting your team with the FanMug, which is definitely “Tailgate Approved”.

We just learned two pieces of exciting news about the FanMug that many of you will be fired up to learn. FanMug has added 11 more NFL teams to their line-up of officially licensed products and plans to have all 32 NFL franchises available in the near future. This comes on the heels of having a number of NCAA licensed FanMugs available as well.

The other good news is that FanMugs are now available at Fanatics.com. Priced at $10.95 each, you can afford to pick up a set for you and your tailgating crew.

FanMugs Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia Bulldogs

Visit Fanatics.com and grab a few FanMugs and help your tailgate party stand out from the crowd.

FanMug Penn State

Penn State tailgaters

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