16"x20" Personalized Drawing of One or Two Sports Jerseys in a Locker Room from Locker Room Art (Up to 44% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Artist with over 20 years experience creates a personalized drawing featuring jerseys hanging in your favorite sports team’s locker room

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Mat and framing not included. Valid for shipping within the US only. Extra fee required for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $45 for a 16”x20” hand-drawn sports illustration of one jersey hanging in a locker room setting ($79 value)
  • $55 for a 16”x20” hand-drawn sports illustration of two jerseys hanging in a locker room setting ($99 value)

Mascot Training: The Right Stuffing

Besides an abundance of team spirit and a head the size of an exercise ball, what does it take to be a sports mascot? Read on to learn about the training process.

They are entertainers. They are athletes. They are anonymous. When a mascot is doing his or her job, it’s easy to forget that there’s really a person inside that costume. Being a mascot is harder than it looks, and requires plenty of practice and training.

It starts like this: over the course of a week or two, mascots-to-be attend a training camp where they’ll begin to learn all there is to know about team spirit. That means being emotive despite a plastic-molded expression and developing a personalized performance style that suits both the character and the costume-wearer. It means performing in skits and being able to improvise on a dime, especially if you’re facing the Toledo Legal Tenders. Finally, there are safety lessons—the costumes are hard to see out of and can become hot enough to require as many as four different performers to step in during the course of a game.

Training camp has another purpose: bringing the mascots of opposing teams together. However fierce their rivalry, costumed characters often depend on each other to put on a better show, whether they’re acting out a martial-arts battle or offering selections from Waiting for Godot. It’s also a rare chance to open up to others about the peculiarities of the job. In many cases, mascots are forbidden from speaking while in costume or—even off the field—revealing that they’re the person behind the plush. So committed to this code was Kevin Vanderkolk (alias Bango the Buck) that, he told CraveOnline, he was once locked out of an opposing team’s arena and couldn’t explain himself to the guards to get back in.


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