Where to put the pretzels and cheese puffs at your Super Bowl party? Here's an idea: Football fans have been snapping up hundreds of snack bowls shaped like their favorite team's helmets, said Dave Schipper of WinCraft, a Winona, Minn.-based maker of promotional and licensed sports merchandise.
Sales of Ravens snack helmets are beating the 49ers', said Schipper, vice president of product development.
But Schipper doesn't think that necessarily means the Ravens will win the big game. "I predict it will be neck and neck, and go down to the last two minutes," he said.
Although the National Football League is under fire heading into the Super Bowl, it is by far the most popular and lucrative sport in America, raking in nearly $10 billion in 2012.
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