ROSEDALE, Md. (WJZ)—You might say some Ravens fans never sleep. At least that’s what’s happening in one Baltimore County neighborhood.
Ron Matz has more on one business that’s all Ravens, all the time.
Ravens fans are heading to Rosedale under a tent. There’s purple passion and more 24/7 courtesy of Dan the T-shirt Man.
“This is a true blessing for us and the city of Baltimore,” said Dan the T-shirt Man, of Ravenfever.com. “We’re open 24 hours. We’re working hard. The team’s working hard. We figured we would celebrate the love.”
Gregg McGhee, of Joppa, is spreading the love.
“I’m looking for more T-shirts,” he said “I want to spread it around to the family, get some to family out of state so they can support the Ravens on their own.”
Purple rules here. They have just about any Ravens T-shirt or sweatshirt you can imagine. And many picked up a Ray Lewis painting.
“I came over to look at the merchandise,” McGhee said. “I love my Ravens.”
So what’s hot here? It’s all about number 52.
“I think it is what Ray Lewis said. It’s bigger than him. It’s bigger than Baltimore. It’s the whole city and state coming together,” Dan the T-shirt Man said.
They’ve got it together here around the clock at Rossville Boulevard and Route 7, and they can’t wait for Sunday.
“We have Festivus shirts, the keep on dancing shirt, the 52 heart of Baltimore,” Dan said. “We have the Baltimore bird shirt which celebrates the Orioles and the Ravens. We also have the team of destiny shirt.”
“We have pretty much everything: long sleeve, short sleeve, sweatshirts, hoodies, toddler size up to six XL,” Dan said.
Dan the T-shirt Man sells shirts at every Ravens home game during the season.