Robbie Reiner

Robbie Reiner

January 8, 2013 - 4:20pm

Me jamming to Drag The Waters for the Jammit PanterA Contest.

September 22, 2016 - 10:54pm
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August 16, 2016 - 11:15pm

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August 15, 2016 - 11:16pm
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June 16, 2016 - 12:12am
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There was a fan walking the Ohio State concourse wearing a

  • Wholesale Jerseys , and when approached about why he bought a fake jersey he became offended because he was unaware it was fraudulent.That fan bought the jersey on Amazon.com, so he felt it was a legitimate place to purchase such a
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  • .Most fans are like O'Hara, though. They know that the NCAA restricts Ohio State from authorizing a jersey with a current player's name on it, but they buy them from online retailers.The most popular one is AliExpress.com, the international version of Amazon. It's an aggregator of countless independent retailers that will send consumers in the United States the product directly. It usually takes three weeks, but the product comes.

    But sometimes those products are sold second-handedly on places like EBay or Amazon

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  • , which is how unsuspecting consumers unaware of what's legitimate end up buying them."The people I've talked to, the majority of people know they're fake and don't care," Van Brimmer said. "That's distressing."

    Impact on Ohio State

    Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith told cleveland.com that a very small portion of the program's revenue on apparel comes from

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  • sales. It may be smaller than he thought off hand.

  • St.Louis Rams
  • sales accounted for less than one percent of Ohio State's overall apparel business the last fiscal year. That figure is down from the six-year average of 1.51 percent. Jersey sales peaked in 2011 and declined every year since until last season

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  • , but last season included special national championship product.

    During the last fiscal year -- July of 2014 to June of 2015 -- Ohio State made $1.6 million on

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  • , which was 0.7 percent of total apparel sales that totaled $221 million. Sales of T-Shirts, sweaters, hats, shorts, pants and things like that make up the majority. The number of jerseys may seem overwhelming at a game, but in the grand scheme of apparel, they're not the top thing purchased.But that doesn't mean the the mass counterfeit sales of

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  • isn't a concern for Ohio State."There's a quality issue. Where was it made? How was the worker treated? There's a lot of issues involved," Van Brimmer said. "Counterfeiting is a crime."And Ohio State is having a really hard time of shutting it down. In the old days, counterfeit jerseys were made in mass in places like China and brought through a port of

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  • into the United States in a place like New Orleans. Many times, those counterfeits were intercepted by U.S. customs agents and they never saw the secondary market.

    Now those manufacturers are making and shipping those counterfeits directly to the consumer, so it's much harder for Ohio State to track and shut down. Ohio State tries to shut down every fraudulent manufacture it comes across -- places like AliExpress have fraud departments -- but most times those manufacturers pop back up under different names almost immediately.Ohio State sales are

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  • , though. It's just hard not to notice when you go to a football game that those fakes are floating around everywhere you look, whether the fan knows it or not."From a total sales perspective, we've seen nothing but increases this year," Van Brimmer said. "It's hard to say what the impact is because things are good

  • NHL Shop
  • . If things were in the toilet we could tell you something's going on and things are going badly."But the problem with these kind of goods is that we can't track them and we don't know how much we're losing or how many of the illegal goods are actually in the market place."

    June 15, 2016 - 3:02am
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    I am so interested for becoming a guitarist but i don't have much time for learn it but now I am doing Essay Editing Help UK Service job so after my jobs I have much time so may you Robbie Reiner teach me Guitar and may i will become a guitarist?

    June 8, 2016 - 10:10pm
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    January 16, 2013 - 5:54pm
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    your amazing :)

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    Robbie Reiner
    Guitarist IDÖL THREAT

    I'm Robbie, a 20 yr old hard rock guitarist from the real Jersey shore. Hard rock has been a passion of mine for as far back as I can remember. I've been playing to some degree since I was 6 but things never really clicked until I started listening to the Beatles as a young teen. Although guitar is my main weapon, I play bass, keyboard, and sing as well. Currently I'm the guitarist/lead singer of Idöl Threat which consists of my brother Pat on drums and my friend Brian on bass.
    www.facebook.com/theIdolThreat