FLY53 Halloween Skull Hunt
The Legend of the FLY53 name
The legend of the FLY53 name sits within the foundations of the much under-publicised 1970 Bolivian Olympic Games. This was the last time the now outlawed sport of “Full Contact Kickball” was seen in any competitive shape or form. The games were brutally dominated by the legendary FLY53 Team, (Dubbed “The Wolf Team” due to the beast-like appearance of team captain Lenny Grubbs), scoring a record number of points and inflicting an unprecedented amount of injuries on opposing team members.
Upon returning to their native soil of the UK, controversy ensued when the seemingly invincible “Wolfman Grubbs” was kidnapped by a radical anti-kickball protest group. His fate remained a mystery for many years, although rumours suggested he was neutered and found working as a florist in Kidderminster. After many years of whispers and rumors FLY53 founding Father, Captain Lenny ‘Wolfman’ Grubbs, was finally discovered and tempted back into the FLY53 fold.
Mystery, supposition and controversy still surround his life and his activities remain hazy to even the inner most circle of Fly53. Suffice to say ‘The Wolfman’ is back. To commemorate him and the original FLY53 team a collection of engraved skulls have been created by FLY53, with a special Limited Edition “Golden Skull” for Halloween.
You can find these skulls in most FLY53 stockists and in the official FLY53 stores, but to get your hands on a Limited Edition Halloween skull, it will take some extra special knowledge only for the elite followers of FLY53…
THE SKULL HUNT HAS BEGUN…
Hidden on selected websites is a special FLY53 “Golden Skull”.
If you see the Golden Skull, click it and it will take you to a secret page where you can enter to
WIN a Limited Edition FLY53 Halloween Skull, plus a mystery FLY53 prize worth up to £100
There will be one winner announced per day between 25th and 31st October 2010, which means there are 7 chances of winning!
The winner will be announced via FLY53’s facebook page, as well as being contacted individually by the FLY53 team.