Found December 10, 2012 on
The Show Speak:
Yep, it's happened.
The fine folks in Phoenix are ready to go against the environmental grain and break out the paper sack mask for Arizona Cardinal home football games.
In fact, there is a Craig's List advertisement touting the paper sack perk the Dec. 23, 2012 home game against the Chicago Bears.
According to the add, a lucky Cardinal fan (s) can purchase four tickets for the show down against the Monster's from the Midway and receive a free paper sack. Evidently, you will need to provide your own design once the paper sack is in your hands.
from Craigs List:
As with any good sales ad, the offer does not exclude potential Bears fans:
If you are a Bears fan, you have the chance to cheer on Captain Check down- Jason Campbell.
One has to respect the equal opportunity cynic sales approach of this listing.
The price for the pleasure of attending this game from Hell? $666 for all four tickets including free delivery and paper sacks for Cardinal fans.
Until Next Time,
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