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According to the team’s website, every fan who attends the Saint Louis Rams home opener will receive a replica (above) of head coach Jeff Fisher’s mustache (Credit: InsideSTL)
With the Saint Louis Rams being an awful 15-65 over the last five seasons, it seems as though the team’s front office is trying a technique different from winning to make sure the home opener attracts fans. According to InsideSTL.com and the team’s official website, every ticket to the home opener will come with a fake Jeff Fisher mustache.
The team’s home opener against the Washington Redskins on September 16 has been coined “Stache Bash,” as anyone using the proper promo code when purchasing a ticket will receive Jeff Fisher’s mustache.
Of course the team is only handing out paper cutouts of a mustache but if they think fans will appreciate the gesture, then hats off to them.
Bold move St. Louis Rams front office, let’s see how it works for you.
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