It’s that time again! All eyes are focused on football’s biggest stage — for the commercials.
In this age when we are struggling with climate change and other environmental issues, people are looking for products that are eco-friendly.
Lawyers representing Tim Tebow have sent a cease and desist letter to a T-shirt manufacturer they say is illegally using the name of the New York Jets quarterback to sell products.
Reebok has thrown in the towel in its effort to sell New York Jets Tim Tebow jerseys and T-shirts.
A judge has ruled: Reebok, just don’t do it.
Reebok wants to just do it: sell currently-banned apparel with the name of Jets quarterback Tim Tebow.
Tim Tebow jerseys have been flying off the shelves since his trade to the Jets. Well, sales of No. 15 in green just came to a halt. For now.
Nike Inc. claims in a lawsuit that Reebok is using Time Tebow’s name on Jets-related apparel without permission.
What if your clothes could give you a work out? Some athletic companies are marketing new apparel that promise to give your body the burn. So can you really wear your workout?