Players To Receive Top-Notch Swag From TaxSlayer Bowl
Ah, Bowl Season. While there’s plenty at stake for the four powerhouse programs fortunate enough to be playing in this year’s College Football Playoff, the rest of the 78 teams are in it for the exposure, experience, money — and the perks.
Each year, participating teams are met with a litany of gifts from bowl game sponsors, ranging from backpacks to headphones plus additional gifts included in private suites. Specific gifts included in these private suites aren’t usually divulged to the public, but word usually spreads around after the fact. Last year, Penn State players received “a variety of New Era products” that were later discovered to be hats, shirts, and backpacks, among other things.
This year, Penn State and Georgia players will receive a Panasonic gift suite and a Fossil watch from the TaxSlayer Bowl. Expect the gift suite to include a variety of electronics from Panasonic in the form of headphones, speakers, and more. The watches are a fantastic complement, ranging from $90 to $215 on various online retailers. It appears as though the Nittany Lions will make out with some stellar gifts for the second straight season.
As luxurious as some of the gifts may seem, the sponsors must still abide by the NCAA-mandated price cap. Bowl sponsors cannot exceed $550 on the gift package, which seems like a reasonable boundary. The entire list of bowl game perks can be found here, and be sure to watch on January 2 as the Nittany Lions and Bulldogs square off at noon on ESPN.
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