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This new Subway ad was shown on pre-season Monday Night Football just a couple nights ago. It stars RGIII and his favorite? restaurant, Subway. Check out the RGIII logo on the 50 yard line! Hilarious.

 

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Chuck Zach of Fox Sports Radio KKTK 1400-AM Texarkana has posted an audio link to the interview he did with The Unforgettable Buzz author Earl Shores. Chuck and show co-host Robert Cochran loved the book. And Tudor Games gets a significant shout-out during the conversation! Be sure to take a listen.

 

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NPR reporter interviews Kelvin Lomax and Dru Sparks at the ADA Gallery's Electric Football Exhibit.

Press play below to see if NPR got it right!

 

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Here’s a really cool Electric Football video that ran during University of Nebraska football games this past season. It’s a Pepsi promotion, and there actually is a series of videos with different Electric Football “events.”


In this video the event is a 40-yard dash contest between four electric football figures. Each figure represents a Pepsi product, and also a section of Memorial Stadium. The players were painted — by Tudor Games’ own Mike Guttman — to match their respective Pepsi product. So there’s Mountain Dew, Pespi, Diet Pepsi, and Aquafina. The players that wins the 40-yard dash provided a Free Pepsi drink to a lucky row of fans in Nebraska's Memorial Stadium.


It’s a neat concept, and looks great too. That’s because MFCA President Lynn Schmidt was the technical advisor for the video. Enjoy!!!


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Electric Football coaches don't have to dream, we play whenever we wanna play! From McDonald's Think With Your Mouth campaign! Originally aired September 8, 2013.


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The long-awaited Washington Post Magazine piece on Adrian Baxter and the 2013 MFCA Championship in Cleveland has been published. You can read it online, or pick up a copy in the Sunday edition of the Washington Post. Adrian's article is the cover story! There's also a three minute video that is not to be missed. In it, Adrian discusses his on and off the field strategies, and and why he loves Electric Football.

 

It is a very thoughtful and well-written article — clearly a “touchdown” for Electric Football. Writer Alex Prewitt deserves much credit for the nuance he brought to the article. This is an absolute must read. Pass it on!

Great momentum heading into TudorCON 14! Congrats Adrian!

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Here's The Washington Post Magazine video that was part of the story about Adrian Baxter of Landover, Maryland. A great pairing, so nicely done on both ends. Congratulations Adrian! Thanks for showing Electric Football at its best. 

 

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Leave it to Deadspin.com to “go all the way” with an outstanding piece on Electric Football titled “How to Win At Electric Football, Using Pliers and a Cigarette Lighter.”

 

Like Peyton Manning surveying the scrimmage line, sportswriter and author Stefan Fatsis calls all the right plays in his succinct and thorough summary of our game. Not only does he cover the past, the present, and offer a brief preview of TudorCON 14, he features the tweaking videos from the MFCA web site done by Maurice “MoRob” Robinson. Add this to the recent Washington Post Magazine story and it’s been a great week for Electric Football. What a way to lead into TudorCON 14!!!

 

Click on the image below to see the story!


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Sports Illustrated's web site has picked up in the Washington Post Magazine article and put it in their Extra Mustard section. The momentum continues to build...all roads lead to TudorCON 14!!

 

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ESPN adds to the building momentum for TudorCON 14, using Electric Football images on their front page tonight! This was paired image went with a TMQ (Tuesday Morning Quarterback) piece about the upcoming Super Bowl between the Broncos and Seahawks. Pretty amazing!!

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The Electric Football media train continues as we roll toward TudorCON 14! Uni-Watch.com posted "An Ode to Electric Football" yesterday, which is a very nice remembrance of Electric Football yesterday by author Dennis Check. The Unforgettable Buzz gets a nice review too. Is there any question that Electric Football is an ingrained part of American culture??

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Here's a piece featuring Electric Football great Corey Johnson that ran as preview to TudorCON 14 last Thursday (January 23, 2014). It was very nicely done, putting Electric Football and TudorCON 14 on the cover of the weekend "To Do" section of the Bucks County Courier Times. It definitely lead to additional walk-in traffic over the weekend.

 

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The Philadelphia Inquirer just ran a piece in their Sports section on TudorCON 14 titled "Relaunching Electric Football".  The article leaned heavily on the "local" aspects of Electric Football, talking with MFCA Hall of Famer Corey Johnson and Unforgettable Buzz author Earl Shores, who both grew up and live in the Philadelphia area. Another nice piece to add to the growing list of Tudor Games Electric Football clips!

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YouTube used Electric Football in a very interesting way to promote its popular Super Bowl Ad Blitz program. Advertisers pay YouTube to put their ads in the Ad Blitz gallery, running teasers before Super Bowl and often running longer version of the ads that were shown during the Super Bowl game. It was a really creative way to use Electric Football. And it’s also pretty amazing how much time the camera spends pointed at an Electric Football game. Cool stuff.

 

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NFL Electric Football

Yes, it’s true — the NFL is back!

Getting the NFL license for Electric Football has been on top of our “To Do” list since we took over Tudor Games in 2012. We’re happy to report that Electric Football and the NFL are once again a team.

 

As documented in The Unforgettable Buzz, the histories of Electric Football and the NFL are impossible to untangle. Just as the NFL was entering its “golden age” in 1967 Tudor Games became an NFL licensee and created the first miniature Tudor NFL football game. From there, as the NFL became “America’s Game” so did Electric Football, with AFL models, stunning Sears Super Bowl games, regional NFL models, Championship models… and more. The history of the NFL is all there to be seen, as modeled in Electric Football.

 

And now we’re happy to report that the NFL Electric Football license is back! Our new line of NFL Electric Football games and a complete line of NFL teams are avaialble now. We’re so grateful for all of the support you’ve shown us as we’ve worked through the licensing process. We couldn’t have done it without our biggest fans, and we’re proud to carry on with one of the longest and most storied licensing relationships in all of professional sports.

 

The greatest toy ever made just got even better. It’s a brand new era for NFL Electric Football!

 

NFL Deluxe Electric Football

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Grab our accessory deals this month and create an entry for our first annual Figure Customizing Contest (FCC). To enter, use any new Haiti Repro unpainted figure, Pro Line or Triple Threat Quarterback and any Tudor Games accessory: paint, face masks, chinstraps, stickers, and water slide decals to create a new favorite NFL player. Add as much detail as you want using Tudor Games figures and accessories to create the most realistic figure possible. Try your hand at highlighting and shadowing or painting on gloves, wristbands and shoe markings. Be creative and go crazy as long as you use Tudor Games products! RULES Up to two entries per person will be accepted The figure must be on a Tudor Games base. Figures allowed are Haiti Repros, Pro Line and Triple Threat Quarterbacks The painted figure must be a new NFL player, real or fictional, but cannot include the players name on the jersey Previously displayed photos on any social media site or website are not allowed Only Tudor Games decals allowed; all other stripes, symbols, etc. must be hand painted Hand made items such as towels, hair/dreadlocks, hand warmers, etc. may be added Photos should not be retouched and a minimum of 800 pixels wide The photo entries must be emailed to [email protected] by no later than April 28th. Entries must include your email and phone number Online voting begins May 1 and ends May 15 at midnight The winner will be announced in the June Playbook newsletter! Questions regarding the contest can be emailed to [email protected]
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