Georgia Tech/ Partners with TeamFanShop

June 19, 2007

ATLANTA – In an effort to provide Yellow Jacket fans easier and quicker access to more Georgia Tech apparel and collectibles, the Georgia Tech Athletic Association, through its website,, has formed a partnership with TeamFanShop, a company that specializes in online stores that sell officially licensed products for collegiate and professional athletic teams.

“Increasing the quantity, quality and selection of Georgia Tech merchandise and apparel is a major priority for us,” said Wayne Hogan, Associate Athletic Director for Public Relations at Georgia Tech. “This new agreement with TeamFanShop will dramatically change the landscape for our online availability of products and is an important component in expanding our brand awareness and serving our fan base.”

Fans may access the TeamFanShop Georgia Tech page by visiting beginning this week.

At any given time, there will be over 500 Georgia Tech items available for purchase, including t-shirts, jackets, blankets, sweatshirts, kids apparel, and various other miscellaneous items.

“We’re thrilled to add our first ACC school, Georgia Tech, to our growing list of school partners,” said Brian Swallow, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at TeamFanShop. “After extensive collaborations with officials from Georgia Tech, we have a strong plan in place that will generate a significant increase in revenues over previous seasons.”

TeamFanShop is headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., and represents several NFL teams, including the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves as well as a growing number of college properties, including Florida, Arkansas and LSU.


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