Sports fanatics are wonderful circus acts from afar. Who doesn’t love a chubby shirtless guy covered in paint at an NFL game (unless you’re sitting behind him)? To honor the people who take sports fandom way too seriously, ESPN will be inducting it’s second annual class into the Fan Hall of Fame in 2014. For the next eight days, users will be able to vote from a list of 10 finalists. You may recognize a few names on the list like Clipper Darrell and Bruce Reznick, but there are also some inspirational stories, like Romeo Santos, a longtime Baltimore Orioles fan who sold tickets to raise money for his now-deceased wife’s charity. If you’re interested in voting, each fan has a profile and a 15-second spot.
The campaign comes from RED Interactive and 77 Ventures. One final detail: residents of Quebec are not allowed to vote. I have no idea why, but for the Fan Hall of Fame, some ridiculous exclusion just feels right.
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