IOLA (WKOW) -- Besides putting pressure on the NFL to get the regular referees back, the Monday night debacle is also putting profit into the pockets of a couple of Wisconsin businessmen.
Joe Opperman and Scott Tappa own a T-shirt business in Iola, east of Stevens Point.
They turned their anger and frustration over the bad official's call that cost the Packers a win in Seattle into inspiration, creating the shirt that reads: Worst. Call. Ever.
Over the past two days, they've been swamped with orders from all over the country.
"California, New York, Virginia a lot of the different states," said Tappa.
Even the sale price has meaning to the shirt creators.
"We're selling the shirt for $12.07 the rightful score of Mondays game," explained Opperman.
Both men work full-time jobs and run the T-shirt business, Oppermacher, part time.
The catch: they make each shirt by hand in their homes, so they're not quite sure how they'll handle filling all the orders for the 'worst call ever' model.
Click here to order a shirt.
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