CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Hats, shirts, jerseys, you name it...as long as it says Baltimore Ravens, it is flying off store shelves.
Hibbett's Sporting Goods in Cambridge opened its doors as soon as the Super Bowl game clock hit zero on Sunday night. And there were a lot of late night shoppers taking advantage of the sales.
"There was a huge crowd here. We actually wrapped around just about the door here. It was great, a really good crowd," said store manager Kyle Leonard.
So much was sold Sunday night, Leonard had to drive to Baltimore on Monday to re-stock on supplies.
Pat Vigneri of Cambridge showed up bright and early Monday morning but has plans to return for a second trip.
"They had one [item] I wanted to buy for my son but they didn't have his size, so I'll come back out later," Vigneri said.
Ashley Eberspacher and her family visited Hibbett's as early as they could. They wanted to make sure they got there before everything was sold out.
"I figured once everyone realizes that they have it and there are only a few places to get this stuff in Cambridge, it's probably going to get picked over so we'll be able to get first dibs on what we want," Eberspacher said.
Hibbett's opened up on Jan. 19, and Leonard said the Ravens' Super Bowl win has helped jumpstart its popularity in Cambridge.
"It's been fantastic," Leonard said. "The word is getting out about the store and it's been really good so far."
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