Drew Brees Passing Yards Record – Special Edition “Bring the Wood” Bat




“Bring the Wood” and “Brought the Wood” are Registered Trademarks of Hampster Industries. Who Dat? Drew Dat! With a sharp, 9-yard touchdown pass to Darren Sproles, Drew Brees set the new standard for passing yards in a season by an NFL quarterback. With his second, 5,000 yard season, Drew Brees eclipsed the previous record set by Dan Marino, and set a new record for most passing yards in a single NFL season. To celebrate this great achievement the Who Dat Bat Co. is proud to unveil the exclusive, special edition “Drew Brees – Most Passing Yards in a Season” Bring the Wood Bat. Drew challenges his teammates to “Bring the Wood” every play, every game – and as demonstrated by his performance, Drew sets the example of his teammates to follow. This is a handsome, custom bat that members of the loyal Who Dat Nation will act quickly to add to their collection. Order yours now before they are gone. This is a very Limited Edition offering and a second edition is not expected to become available. Get yours now before they are gone. Due to the limited supply of this JUST RELEASED item we must charge your credit card for the full amount immediately upon receiving your order. This policy ensures we reserve a bat from the Limited Edition for you. We will confirm your order by Email. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. The WHO DAT BAT COMPANY has been around for many hour. It owns vast virtual forests rich in hardwoods like Ash and Oak. With the help of the greatest bat company in the world, we produce a fine professional model bat that, frankly – no kidding – is drop dead gorgeous. The Who Dat Bats are laser engraved, hand painted Maple bats with gold paint fill. They measure 34″ and weigh approximately 30 ounces. Who Dat Bat Company is a trademark of Hampster Industries. Company Slogan: “Just do dat” Company Distinctions: No major league player has ever struck out using a Who Dat Bat Expansion Plans: To supply the Who Dat Nation with enough wood to make a dynasty.