During the Golden State Warriors’ run to the NBA title, San Francisco-based special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations seized nearly $500,000 in counterfeit merchandise associated with the basketball games.
The Warriors have been on a roll this season, and merchandise sporting the team’s logo is tops in the NBA.
Pro wrestling stars have come through for a Martinez boy who was mauled by pit bull dogs last year and was victimized again when wrestling memorabilia sent to cheer him up was stolen.
No apparel is Raider worthy if isn’t emblazoned with silver and black.
The Department of Homeland Security has already confiscated about $32,000 worth of fake merchandise.
When the San Francisco Giants clinched the National League West title over the weekend, it wasn’t just a great moment for the players and local fans. It was, and will continue to be, a banner moment for the team’s front office and the City’s economy as well.
Thousands of counterfeit items that were seized during the San Francisco Giants playoff run last year are now headed off to help the children of Haiti.
In the ‘dog eat dog’ world of politics, it’s always good to dig for fresh ideas. So the governor’s office is turning to a four-legged approach to help take a bite out of the budget crisis.
Die-hard fans and those now on the bandwagon are eager to purchase Giants merchandise as the home team heads to the World Series.