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Tools...but regardless, it's nothing more than a sign that our team is doing really well.

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I worked at The Sports Authority in Pineville for six years, one of those years being the 2003 season in which we went to the Super Bowl. Like the article states, we just couldn't keep merchandise in stock. It was a blast running back to the warehouse, pulling boxes of NFC Championship t-shirts to the front, and watching them fly out of there.

We wouldn't even take the shirts out of the boxes or hang them. Just cut the box open and watch them go. :)

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I worked at The Sports Authority in Pineville for six years, one of those years being the 2003 season in which we went to the Super Bowl. Like the article states, we just couldn't keep merchandise in stock. It was a blast running back to the warehouse, pulling boxes of NFC Championship t-shirts to the front, and watching them fly out of there.

We wouldn't even take the shirts out of the boxes or hang them. Just cut the box open and watch them go. :)

Holy Crap!!!!:D

But can you imagine what it'll be like if the Panthers win the Superbowl? :eek:

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I was at a mall around indianapolis where I live and I was in a champs store, and I was looking at jerseys and thinking " they never have any panther's jerseys, so lame" when I turn a corner and there is a Steve Smith "premier" jersey. It was $100 and I was sold as soon as i saw it.

It is beautiful, he's been my favorite since he was a rookie and I've never had his jersey so he was worth it to me.

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I was at a mall around indianapolis where I live and I was in a champs store, and I was looking at jerseys and thinking " they never have any panther's jerseys, so lame" when I turn a corner and there is a Steve Smith "premier" jersey. It was $100 and I was sold as soon as i saw it.

It is beautiful, he's been my favorite since he was a rookie and I've never had his jersey so he was worth it to me.

Hey I was there the other day!!

i didnt know you lived in Indiana too! thats awsome!!!

Did you see the D Williams and Peppers ones too?

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I live in the DC metro area and at the beginning of the season you could not find one single panthers items anywhere, period.

Around week 10-12 I noticed that stores in the mall started stocking black #34 jerseys. And now you can get Williams, Smith, Peppers as well as T-shirts.

Although to be fair, I've lived here since March and I have yet to see a single other person wearing any kind of panthers gear. Not once.

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I'm in DFW. I'm pretty much screwed when it comes to finding Panthers gear.

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Hey I was there the other day!!

i didnt know you lived in Indiana too! thats awsome!!!

Did you see the D Williams and Peppers ones too?

No, I only saw Smith's jersey, I was at the Greenwood mall just outside Indy.

It is sweet that you live in Indiana, I was driving by a Barnes & Noble bookstore the other day and say someone by the window reading and was wearing an alternate blue Smith jersey and I was just like "HELL YEAH!!".

I get pumped when I see other fans around here.

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Concord Mills Reebok store had a lot of Smith and D-Will jerseys available when I went before the Tampa MNF game in early Dec. They also were only $29.99 at that point! Those were the days -- before the bandwagon got completely full :D

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