BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Buffalo Bills fans helped generate more than $38,000 for Oishei Children's Hospital through Oxford Pennant's playoff pennants.
Oxford Pennant, the Buffalo-based designer and manufacturer of wool felt pennants, flags and banners, made the announcement Tuesday and says more than $38,442.10 was raised for the hospital.
"What good is a business if you can't use it as a vehicle for good in your community? It's been a great season with the Bills, and Buffalo continued to show it's a city unlike any other; kind, strong and generous. Oxford Pennant is damned proud to be from Western New York," said Oxford Pennant co-founder, Dave Horesh.
Earlier this month Oxford Pennant partnered with Seneca One Tower to display a 40-foot pennants with "Let's Go Buffalo" on them atop the tower in support of the Buffalo Bills playoff run.
Replica versions of the "Let's Go Buffalo" pennant were created and available for fans to purchase.
Oxford Pennant also partnered with the Bills throughout the season to create victory banners which the team took photos with and posted on social media following wins. Replica versions of the victory banners were also created and available for fans to purchase.
A portion of the proceeds from the "Let's Go Buffalo" pennants, victory banners and Buffalo collection were donated to Oishei.
You can find all of Oxford Pennant's Buffalo Bills designs here.