Pink, Oklahoma – In case you didn’t receive the memo, all football fanatics are supposed to wear something pink every day to show their support for the NFL.
If you don’t have anything pink to wear, then just wash something white with something red.
Pink is the color of compassion, understanding, unconditional love, and the giving and receiving of nurturing.
These are some of the positive values with which the NFL is quickly trying to associate itself.
Coach Lovie Smith is a good example of someone who cares about people rather than just trying to win at any cost.
Lovie says: “Pink is intuitive and insightful, showing tenderness and kindness with empathy and sensitivity.”
Even tho the NFL can seem rather violent at times, it wants to highlight its other more caring side, which may often go overlooked. Many recent rule changes are trying to do more to protect players as well as their spouses or significant others from bodily harm.
Lovie says: “In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope. It is a positive color inspiring warm and comforting feelings, a sense that everything will be okay.”
The NFL hopes that its Think Pink Program will help improve its image throughout the land and get the focus back onto what is really important: Winning a Super Bowl and raking in all its associated advertisement revenue!