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Vuvuzela: The Ultimate Superfan Device

July 27, 2010

The 2010 World Cup held in South Africa will be remembered for a lot of things, but perhaps the most noteworthy of those will be the sound of the vuvuzela (vuvuzela on Wikipedia).  This little device gave the fan more power than the player and created such a “buzz” that FIFA actually held meetings during the tournament to determine if the horn should be banned from stadiums.

Vuvuzela’s have become so popular that they have now shown up at different sporting events throughout the world and been the source of jokes for two months (South African Vuvuzela Philharmonic Angered By Soccer Games Breaking Out During Concerts).  This device that produces sounds that can eclipse the threshold of pain (Vuvuzela Radio:  The Sound of the Vuvuzela!), offers the ultimate expression of a superfan’s support.

Vuvuzela’s are an excellent item for any organization, club or business looking to promote itself in a unique way (Buy Custom Imprinted Vuvuzela’s in Bulk).  With football just around the corner I wouldn’t be surprised to see a few high schools, colleges or pro-teams incorporate these into a promotion.  I can’t think of anything more effective to distract the away team than the buzzing sound of the vuvuzela.  However, if the vuvuzela isn’t right for your organization, check out some of these other noisemakers and cheering items that are sure to provide the support your team needs.

General Cheering Accessories

Cheering Accessories-Shakers

General Noisemakers – Air horns/Blow horns/Thunder sticks/Clappers

Party Favors-Noisemakers

Foam Hands

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