Cleveland Indians fans range in age from the very young to the somewhat older. The pictures below attest to that.
The first picture is of P.W. from Cleveland, OH. He has a room covered with Indians logos and pictures and signed baseballs and bats and he recently stopped by the U.S. Wallcovering store to add to his collection. He found some Wahoo Border and let slip that "This Border's going up despite my wife's wishes". Well, Mrs. W., we hope you are not too upset and we hope Mr. W. is enjoying his most recent Indians merchandise.
On the right P.W. of Cleveland, OH shows off his latest Indians' purchase--several rolls of Indians' Border. He was wearing his Indians' hat and was properly color-coordinated with his shirt. When he saw the Wahoo Fathead featured in the picture above he was going to go home and measure to see if there was any available space. We have not seen him back in the store so I guess he couldn't make it fit.
Although we are featuring Indians' related materials in this week's Blog, we have a full range of products representing many sports teams and are capable of obtaining wallpapers and borders for just about any sports team in the nation.
And, in Houston, Texas, there is a ten-year old Little Leaguer who has developed a strong passion for the Indians as well.
Noah's dad surprised him recently with a Red-White-Blue painted room with Wahoo Border above the chair-rail. Complete with Wahoo blankets on the bunk beds, Indian's pennants and pictures, an Indians' rug on the floor, an Indians' alarm clock-radio, Indians' calendar and a huge Wahoo Fathead, this room is all about one of Cleveland's favorite teams.
There must be other Indians' fans out there who would like to share their special sports rooms so save up those digital photos and send them our way for inclusion in a future Blog come Spring Training time.
In the meantime, let's make the transition to football.
Our Blog next week will feature a large selection of Ohio State Buckeyes' wall offerings from Fatheads to Borders and beyond. So, make sure you tune in to 'For the Love of Wallpaper' next Thursday.