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What You'll Get
Showing pride in your favorite college team can be as simple as pulling on a T-shirt or as complicated as humming its entire fight song whenever someone asks where you’re from. Take the easy route with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Collegiate-Sports Apparel
Customers can browse school apparel such as a women’s Gators racer-back tank top ($28), a Knights crisscross dress ($48), a men’s Seminoles V-neck ($28), or a green men’s Hurricanes polo whose collar flips up to reveal the phrase “It’s All About The U” ($56).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Online order required. $5 flat rate shipping fee applies. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Flying Colors Apparel
The creative director of Flying Colors Apparel couldn't have known that taking a pair of scissors to an oversized basketball jersey would lead him to rub elbows with celebrities while promoting his apparel at the Sundance Film Festival. But that's exactly what happened. According to a 2010 article on Thrillist.com, the idea for Flying Colors' business began when the designer "cut up a Heat jersey, patched elements of it onto a polo shirt, and was bombarded by fans who wanted one." Growing tired of the same-old, ill-fitting sports attire, and was seeking something more original and stylish, the designer decided to fuse his eye for fashion with his zealous team spirit, and Flying Colors a division of Global Fashion Works, LLC was created.
Flying Colors Apparel creations—which were featured in a shopping blog on NBC 6 in 2010—include a signature "fade out" fashion tee and a "collar scholar" polo, whose collar conceals phrases such as "Terrapins," or "GO NAVY". In addition to Canes-themed threads, the company has expanded to include officially licensed collegiate apparel for more than 50 schools such as Virginia Tech, Florida State, the University of Florida, and Baylor.