The connection between fans of the Chicago Bears and the internet browser Firefox is continuing to grow.
After a Bears fan was spotted with a Firefox logo in the crowd at Lincoln Financial Field in Week 12 while the team was getting dismantled by the Philadelphia Eagles, the folks at Firefox reached out to help any and all fans of the Bears who wanted to sport their logo at games.
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“We’re not here to start any trouble, but unfortunately, the logo used in the stands in Philadelphia was out of date.
If any Firefox fans are planning on carrying a Firefox Logo to an upcoming sporting event and sitting in a highly visible location in the stadium, please send us a note on Twitter and we’ll do our best to get you on-brand.” 247Sports reached out to Firefox to see what exactly the brand is doing to accommodate fans wanting to support the Firefox movement in Chicago.