Super Bowl Frenzy: Fans Get Gear
By The WTMJ News Team and the Associated Press
Catch "Return to Titletown," the official Packers Super Bowl celebration
GRAFTON - Scores of exhausted but euphoric Green Bay Packers fans are descending on stores to buy up Super Bowl championship gear.
Some stores opened at 6:00 a.m. to meet the demand.
"I dropped by son off at school and came right here," said Corinne Holloway.
"So far for my son. He is four years old, so I got that for his room and I've got t-shirts for the whole family."
Brett Elliott of Abrams took a day off from work to visit the stadium's pro shop. He bought seven Super Bowl champion T-shirts. Still hoarse from screaming during the game, he says a couple shirts are for him and the rest for his co-workers.
Seventeen-year-old Ashley Ellis and her friend, 18-year-old Ashley Christensen, both of Oak Creek, drove to Green Bay at 5 a.m. Monday. They hit the pro shop -- Ellis got a Super Bowl cap before they sold out -- and planned to stake out a spot for the team's welcome home parade Monday afternoon.
The team also plans a giant rally at the stadium Tuesday.