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Company built on blown Packers call still going strong (with video)

1:28 PM, Jun. 21, 2013
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A pair of Iola residents whose T-shirt business got a boost by a blown Green Bay Packers call say business still is going strong.

Joe Opperman, 27, and Scott Tappa, 36, owners of Oppermacher, say sales remain strong after the pair capitalized on a September 2012 officiating call that sent Packers fans into a frenzy.

Their shirt, Worst Call Ever, helped them develop their online T-shirt business from a start-up hobby to a trio of online businesses that makes shirts for everything from kids soccer teams to Second Amendment enthusiasts. ...

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