Oakland Raiders fans who haven’t been able to find Sio Moore jersey’s in stores are in luck because he’s buying them, signing them and giving them away to lucky fans.
If you’ve been in the market for a Sio Moore jersey and haven’t had any luck finding them in stores in and around the Oakland, CA. area, you’re in luck because the Raiders linebacker is going to deliver it to you.
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Moore was frustrated that his jersey wasn’t being sold in stores in the Oakland area and his breaking point came when he found out a four-year-old fan of his was so distraught that she couldn’t get a Moore jersey in the store that he decided to take matters into his own hands.
His jersey is sold online so Moore came up with the idea to buy a bunch of his jerseys, sign them and hand them out to lucky fans. And if you’re a fan who already has a Moore jersey, you can mail it to the Raiders’ team facility and he’ll sign it and send it back to you.
How awesome is that?!
Moore’s charitable nature is rubbing off on one of his teammates as Rod Streeter is following his example and bought some of his jerseys online to give to fans who want it but haven’t been able to find it in stores.
This is really awesome by Moore who is entering his third season with the team and started 11 games each of his first two seasons in the NFL. He was a third-round pick out of Connecticut in the 2013 NFL Draft and 138 combined tackles and 7.5 sacks in his first two seasons.
Other than Khalil Mack and Derek Carr who were the team’s first two draft picks last year and enjoyed promising rookie seasons, there aren’t many household names on the Raiders who would generate high jersey sales in stores, so why not help your brand and help some young fans in the process and give them a jersey and a memory they’ll never forget.
How cool would it be if a handful of players on each team followed Moore’s plan and gave away a few autographed jerseys to some lucky fans? Wouldn’t that be an automatic way to get a fan for life, even if you’re released, traded or sign elsewhere and put on a new jersey?
Which active NFL player’s jersey (that’s not sold in stores) would you most love to get autographed?
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