The Fan-Brand welcomes The University of Delaware & Temple University to Home Décor License Portfolio | The Fan-Brand

The Fan-Brand welcomes The University of Delaware & Temple University to Home Décor License Portfolio

The Fan-Brand is proud to announce they have obtained license agreements with the University of Delaware and Temple University to develop and sell officially licensed lighted wall signs, pool table lights, and an assortment of wall décor products bearing each school’s iconic colors and logos.

“The Fan-Brand is incredibly happy to be producing great lights and home décor for both the Delaware Blue Hens and Temple Owls!” says Harrison Grimm, Founder & CEO of The Fan-Brand. “We are committed to expanding our collegiate offerings and are excited to add these two great schools to our family.

The Fan-Brand provides fans everywhere of NCAA schools and their athletic teams with unique and attractive ways to express their team spirit, decorate their home theater, bar or fan cave, or show their school pride while at work. Its high-quality licensed products are conversation starters and are perfect for fans’ looking to express school pride or share in the gameday experience with fellow alumni or fans.

The Delaware and Temple product lines are available now on The Fan-Brand’s direct-to-consumer website (www.thefan-brand.com/collection/delaware-blue-hens) (www.thefan-brand.com/collections/temple-owls) and various online retailers, with price points ranging from $34.99-$724.99.

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About the Fan-Brand
Founded in 2018, The Fan-Brand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grimm Industries, Inc., an acknowledged leader in innovative, plastic-based, signs and retail displays. Located in Fairview, PA, The Fan-Brand is family owned and operated with all products being made in the United States. Current licensing partners include over 100 NCAA universities, the NHL, United States Army, United States Navy, United States Air Force, United States Space Force, United States Marine Corp, Bassmaster, VP Racing Fuels, Mossy Oak, and NASA.

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