Vote For The Opening Day t-shirt design!

by 2 March 04, 2013 0 Comments

We received around 25 designs for our Opening Day t-shirt and a panel of judges narrowed those down to a top 6. The winner will receive one free ticket in the front row with us on April 1st. at Citi Field! We like to keep the fans as involved as possible with this brand, in the end, that's what The 7 Line is all about. Thank you all who spent time on this contest! It was a tough job narrowing down the entries; so many creative fans out there! Pick your favorite from the 6 following designs. You can only vote for ONE, so make it count! VOTING ENDS AT NOON ON 3/7/13! 

1) Submitted by Vincent Gabriele

2) Submitted by Randy Medina 3) Submitted by Brian Erni and Steve Blanco. If they win they'll have to fight it out or flip a coin for the seat! 4) Submitted by Paul Runko

5) Submitted by Chris Reynolds 6) Submitted by Greg Gosline [poll id="74"]


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