Store Opens Early To Outfit Tech Fans - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/8/08

Store Opens Early To Outfit Tech Fans

The success of Texas Tech Football has fans rushing to local clothing stores to get the newest Tech gear.

In fact, Stephen Spiegelberg over at Red Raider Outfitter tells NewsChannel 11 they had to open an hour and a half early Saturday morning, because fans were so excited. "I think it's fantastic; I think it's united Tech fans. I think it's one big family. That's what it looks like. You have so many people from out of town for this home game; it's unreal," Spiegelberg said. 

Spiegelberg predicted he and his staff wouldn't get a break until about 6:30 p.m. Saturday.  That's when the store typically starts to clear out as fans head to the stadium for kick-off.

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