BRANFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Super Bowl LVII lived up to the hype. The Kansas Chiefs, led by star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday.
Perhaps nobody was paying more attention to the game than Ted Zuse, the owner of Zuse, Inc., a screen printing company in Branford, because they needed to know who they were making swag for.
Zuse and his staff have been making Super Bowl championship gear for Chiefs fans all night.
They had the t-shirt machines set up to get 12,000 Eagles shirts out the door. Instead, they had to switch gears and make Chiefs 5,000 baseball caps, which are already on their way to stores and available online.
Staff will continue making winter beanies Monday for the Super Bowl champs.