Fantasies are a great break from reality.  You can create a persona that fits your mood; you can create an environment that’s fun and playful; you can create custom shirts that show everyone how you dominate and that everything you touch turns to gold . . . or at least gold-plated.  I’m getting ahead of myself, let me explain.

If you play fantasy football, baseball, basketball or even online gaming, then you understand how important it is to be organized.  Which begs the question: how does it work?  Well there’s no simple explanation, so here goes.  

According to Wikipedia, “Modern fantasy football can be traced back to the late Wilfred "Bill the Gill" Winkenbach, an Oakland area businessman and a limited partner in the Oakland Raiders. In a New York hotel room during a 1962 Raiders eastern cross-country trip, Winkenbach, along with Raiders Public Relations man Bill Tunnel and Tribune reporter Scotty Stirling, developed a system of organization and a rulebook, which would eventually be the basis of modern fantasy football.

Over 50 years later, groups of people get together to represent their favorite players the same way they did in Oakland.  Some leagues use head-to-head games to determine points, while others use total points, records or accomplishments of individual players to track the progress of the fantasy teams.

But how will these loyal fans be identified in the local sports bar or Applebee’s near you?  By taking to their laptops to design cheap t-shirts online at Whooptee.com.  This discerning crowd spends time finding the best of the best, so they know our selection has technologically advanced screen printing techniques on high quality shirts, so you can wear your group shirts year after year!

Teams can make group shirts or have a little fun set aside for the end of the year.  Because Whooptee has a line of t-shirts that don’t require a minimum order,  design a “winner” and “loser” shirt for the best and worst players to wear for the next season.  (Be sure to account for the developing beer belly when ordering.)

Don’t let your fantasy go wrong, football season is around the corner . . .

 

 

 

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