Bama fans urged to join in College Colors Day!

Are you an Alabama fan? Have you spent money on Alabama merchandise for 2010? If not, this is your chance!

Just like the candy companies, greeting card companies and retailers invented major holidays to get consumers in the store, Collegiate Licensing Company has created a holiday to get fans into school colors. You might already have some crimson and white items in your closet, but if not, then do your part and SHOP! You can buy official Alabama merchandise at Football Fanatics! You can get 3-day shipping for $4.99 on your gear proclaiming the Alabama Crimson Tide as national champion.


Official Alabama jersey with Mark Ingram’s #22

And if you aren’t wearing crimson and white on September 3, then you don’t love Alabama. And if you don’t buy goods with money you don’t have, then you aren’t an American! Oh, here is the official release from the University:

Bama Fans Urged To Wear Crimson and White on September 3 for College Colors Day
University of Alabama students and fans have earned a national reputation for their devotion to the Crimson Tide. On Friday, September 3, all supporters of the Crimson Tide can show their spirit as part of the national celebration of College Colors Day.

The event is an annual celebration dedicated to promoting the overall college experience by encouraging people across America to wear apparel featuring the school colors of their favorite college or university. It coincides nationally with many back to school events and the first football weekend of the 2010 season for numerous schools.

Alabama fans everywhere are encouraged to wear crimson and white on Sept. 3 as they prepare for the football season opener against San Jose State, set for Saturday, Sept. 4, at 6 p.m. in the newly expanded Bryant-Denny Stadium.

“I am urging all of our loyal fans to show their support on College Colors Day,” said Director of Athletics Mal Moore. “Our tremendous fans always show their passion for the Crimson Tide. This is one more opportunity to do that yet again.”

College Colors Day was initiated by Collegiate Licensing Company in partnership with NCAA Football as an additional means of increasing public awareness about the contributions and achievements of higher education, acknowledging their fundamental importance. Hundreds of colleges and universities participate in the event each year.

For more information on College Colors Day, go to www.collegecolorsday.com.