The Bakersfield Condors have conjured up a spectacular promotion for fans. On November 16, the team will wear Seinfeld puffy shirt hockey jerseys as part of a Seinfeld-themed night in honor of the legendary show. They will later auction off the threads, with proceeds going to the M.A.R.E. Riding Center.
The Bakersfield Condors, owned by the Edmonton Oilers, announced today that the team will wear special “Puffy Shirt” jerseys on Sunday, Nov. 16 in honor of the 25th Anniversary Year of the first Seinfeld episode. These specialty jerseys are part of an entire Seinfeld-themed game night event.
Each player’s jersey will feature a name from a character in the show (i.e. Jerry, George, Kramer, Newman, Frank Costanza, Puddy, and so forth).
The team has chosen 20 names so far, and is asking fans for help on the last five.
Suggestions for the “final five” names (must be related to the show) on the jerseys are now being accepted on the team’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Or you can email them firstname.lastname@example.org and your suggestions may just end up on a sweater!
Greatest promotion ever?
Greatest promotion ever.
I’m speechless. I have no speech. –George Costanza
For more details on the exciting night, visit BakersfieldCondors.com.