If you have ever watched golf or a tennis match, then you know the etiquette is for the fans to stay quiet. A muted version of clapping is encouraged after a great swing or play.
You don't find golf or tennis fans yelling through megaphones or banging together noisemakers such as thundersticks or hand clappers. You'll notice them very calmly observing and paying attention to every detail of play.
Now, switch gears and think about a football or basketball game and you have the complete opposite reaction from the fans. They are loud during all times of play. As a matter of fact, if you asked them to quiet down, there would likely be uproar like what happened when the
College basketball is underway for 2014. Lots of early and eventually erroneous predictions are already being made. The beginning of NCAA basketball is always overshadowed by the exciting season end to NCAA football. With all of this excitement with college football, its easy to overlook the planning and ordering of your basketball spirit items.
Your fans need these school spirit items to get more excited and ultimately cheer louder and more often. Additionally, these spirit items can help generate a lot of profit for your team, booster club, or school organization.
When deciding what spirit items to get for your basketball season, it is important to get a mix of both for sale items as well as giveaways for the fans. Below are some ideas for both.
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If you have just taken over the football booster club at your child's school, you are likely well aware of the overwhelming feelings of running a school booster club store. Chances are, the past president didn't bother passing off notes to you explaining where they...
Sports enthusiasts have a lot of options when it comes to making noise with spirit items. Thundersticks and clappers make a great big din, but it doesn't convey a specific message. The rumble that comes from the stands can intimidate other teams, but sometimes it's...