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Head over to Total Sports Enterprises this weekend for great savings on all of their Hines Ward memorabilia. For this weekend only (Friday through Sunday at midnight) all Ward gear on TSE’s website will be on sale. That includes signed and unsigned items as well as any items that are a part of the “86 Forever” collection.
Replica Full Size Helmets $186
Replica Footballs $186
Authentic Full Size Helmets $286
8×10 Photos $86
16×20 Photos $116
20×24 Photos $186
86 Forever Towels $8.60
(2) 8×10 Photos $8.60
16×20 Photos $8.60
All other Hines Ward items are on sale, including 86 Forever!
If you have ever wanted to add a piece of Ward memorabilia to your collection now is the time. Sale starts tomorrow, but you can head over to the TSE shop now and take a look at all of their merchandise!
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