June 19, 2013 BY ehloknows / 0
At the height of his career, Michael Jordan was the most marketable athlete to not only hit the hardwood but set foot in any athletic arena. Discounting his sponsorship with Nike, MJ still had contracts with McDonalds, Gatorade, Hanes, and Wheaties, but one of the forgotten sponsors of that era was Ball Park Franks. Although we’ve seen hundreds of Jordan cut-outs from the 90’s, today’s vintage find stands out because of its unique promotional use. Standing mid pose at the free-throw line in the Bulls’ alternative pin-stripe uniform, the team name is replaced for the Ball Park Franks logo, but luckily the Air Jordan XI ‘Concords’ remain untouched. View more photos of this rare piece of memorabilia after the jump and bid on it now from seattlesellerz on eBay.
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