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Topic - Tracey Bleczinski
"Forty-five percent of fans are female and that continues to grow," says Tracey Bleczinski, vice president of NFL consumer products. "We do have something for everyone, and this campaign aims to communicate that if you are living and wearing football, you can do it every day, year-round."
After the photo shoot, TV host and former Olympic swimmer Summer Sanders wore her outfit home, Ms. Bleczinski says, and that's just what the NFL wanted.