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New Era Cap College World Series

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New Era Cap Company, Inc., the nation's leading manufacturer of baseball caps, today announced the release of the 2002 line of College World Series caps. The caps will be worn on field by New Era-affiliated teams -- Notre Dame, Clemson and Nebraska -- in the championship games in Omaha from June 14-22.

New Era's customized merchandise trailer will be debuting alongside the College World Series caps. Dubbed "The NERV (New Era Road Vehicle)," the 30-foot mobile merchandising vehicle offers a large selection of caps of the teams that are participating in the Series as well as the College World Series caps.

"The College World Series is always an exciting event for New Era because of the intense fanfare and tangible excitement surrounding the Series," said Christopher H. Koch, president of New Era Cap Company, Inc. "And we are proud to have our new merchandise trailer, "The NERV," at such a lively atmosphere in Omaha."

New Era Cap Co. is a privately held corporation headquartered in Derby, N.Y., employing more than 1,500 people in New York and Alabama. The company is proud to be the only major sports-licensed cap maker that still produces the majority of its caps on U.S. soil. New Era is the exclusive manufacturer and marketer of the official uniform caps worn by every Major and Minor League Baseball player.

New Era also manufactures and markets caps under license of the NBA, NHL, NCAA, colleges, universities and is the official uniform cap for over 300 collegiate baseball teams. Additionally, more than 8 million youth and high school baseball players wear New Era caps as part of their uniform. Founded in 1920, New Era produces more than 15 million caps per year.

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