As many know, and for those who were unaware, Imperial Point is now an official partner of the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl. The plan moving forward is for the brand to make its custom gear, perhaps most notably the uniforms, available at this year’s games.
The first showdown is between East vs. West on Dec. 20 at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium. Up next is North vs. South on Jan. 9 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium. The finale is Blue vs. Grey on Jan. 16 at Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field.
Worth mentioning, Imperial Point (follow this link for more info) has been involved with the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in the past and the company supplied many of the country’s elite-level prospects with equipment before they moved on to the college ranks.
From the Class of 2015, the recruits were highlighted by Jozie Milton (TCU), Dahu Green (Oklahoma), Karan Higdon (Michigan), Jonnas Spivey (Mississippi State), Jalen McCleskey (Oklahoma State), Avery Anderson (Nebraska) and Brett Rypien (Boise State).
From the Class of 2014, the rosters were loaded with talent, including Deiondre Porter (Florida), John Batte (LSU), Koa Farmer (Penn State), Kamryn Pettway (Auburn), Keith Harrington (Washington State), Vic Enwere (Cal) and Justin Motlow (Florida State).
“Our specialty is manufacturing custom uniforms, you’ve seen in that in our three years working with Blue-Grey Football. Still, we have provided plenty of apparel at the events, from hats, to hoodies, to fan jerseys,” said Robert Fazioli, Imperial Point CEO.
The list of participants in this year’s Blue-Grey All-American Bowl figures to be bigger and better. If that’s possible, given the well-known names in the aforementioned groups. We are, after all, taking about individuals now playing at powerhouse programs.
In addition to providing gear to the nation’s premier prospects on the prep circuit at the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl, Imperial Point will soon unveil an exclusive line of products for the nationwide Blue-Grey All-American Combines. Stay tuned for details.
In attempt to share a glimpse of the future, some observers might have noticed the brand’s logo during the recent Blue-Grey Jersey Presentation Tour, where NFL veterans have traveled all over the country to recognize high-profile players from the Class of 2016.
“Blue-Grey Football and Imperial Point are an ideal match based on our core values, also a desire for quality and greatness. Together, we are a good representation of American principals and that thought process leads to successful results,” Fazioli said.