Everyday. I have a ton of t-shirts, hoodies and hats so at any given moment there is a Ti-Cat logo somewhere on me.
I love that leaping tiger but at the same time I'm trying to help support the CFL by buying the merch and outwardly advertising it. I've had people start up conversations about the CFL at the Home Depot checkout line. That's a good thing.
I carry my keys on a lanyard around my neck that's dotted with Blue Bombers logos. I wore toques all winter that featured at least one CFL logo. Now I'm wearing my football team's baseball cap (that always sounds weird).
Something I don't get why does the CFL not have a national store online not individual stores .
They don't even have a space on fanatics.ca who advertises CFL gameday on TSN .
They say we need to do this or that and they don't have proper merchandising in 2022 .
Now I am no super star business tycoon but I know about shopping for products in a modern day setting .
They said they changed the business model ; I don't see it .
If this is about the riders or others who do well at their merchandising and don't want to share you can still have your cake and eat it too with proper merchandising techniques and scaled to return of sales so all teams have the same quality , quantity and variety that any fans would want from a modern professional sports league .
The distribution and locating their merchandise for the public to purchase in local stores or especially online that they need for branding is not adequate marketing for the exposure that is required in 2022 .
Well let's see , when it comes to Ti-Cat gear I have pretty much all of the 4 seasons covered .
I have several toques
Also several Hoodies
Several ballcaps (although I need to update in this category )
An abundance of different tee-shirts
A Coaches jacket
I think it's safe to say that it's a rare occasion indeed when I'm not wearing team gear .