We’re getting ready for WFAN’s Fantasy Phenom 4, and you gotta go to Modell’s for your shot to win a yearlong hosting gig on the FAN and a new vehicle from Lester Glenn Hyundai.
In Jets and Giants territory, there has not exactly been big demand for Super Bowl memorabilia this year.
Crews have already started building the stage for Tuesday’s celebration, which includes a ceremony at City Hall where Bloomberg will present the team with a key to the city.
Cruz said he enjoyed getting a chance to spend some time with Giants fans and “really feel the love.”
According to Mitch Modell, one good deed deserves another. The CEO of Modell’s Sporting Goods announced on Wednesday that the retailer will donate 5 percent of all Yankees sales over the next week to Christian Lopez. But that’s not all.
Christian Lopez, the Yankees superfan who caught Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit on Saturday, is about to get some much-needed help from sporting goods giant Modell’s.
Iraq War Vet Raising Funds For Military Families Via ‘Forrest Gump’-Style Walk Comes To Times Square
Troy Yocum was in Iraq when a fellow soldier emailed to say he was in deep financial trouble, so he decided to embark on a 7,000 mile walk to raise money for him, and other military families.
Carmelo Anthony will wear No. 7 for the Knicks. Now the press is on in NYC to purchase Carmelo’s replica jersey — while they last.
Marvel and the NBA are launching a new line of clothing, including caps, T-shirts and sweat shirts, at the upcoming All-Star game later this month. The line pairs famous super heroes with famous NBA teams, including Spider-Man and the Knicks.
They’re going to win…but what if they lose? What will happen to the Jets AFC Championship shirts that are already being printed?
The Jets’ road to glory takes them to New England on Sunday. For many fans it’s a high point for the season, so far — unless you’ve been rooting for that other team that plays at the Meadowlands.
When seventh grader Felton Cavenes helped his I.S. 141 in Astoria, Queens set a record in collecting 29,000 cans in the City Harvest and Daily News annual Canned Food Drive, he learned a very good lesson.