2012 M Awards: Favorite Sports Apparel Store

We’re going streaking through the quad. And don’t forget to put on a Tiger blue hat. And maybe a Tiger blue sock. And maybe some Tiger blue earmuffs. And maybe throw on some Tiger blue shades. And maybe some Tiger blue pants. And maybe a Tiger blue shirt. And maybe put a Tiger blue wallet in my back pocket. And what the heck, let’s find a Tiger blue cape. Or maybe we can find a Tiger blue Tiger costume. After being shut out of first place for the first four years of the M Awards, the Tiger Bookstore is on a streak. Join the as the go streaking through the quad.

Tiger BookstoreFirst Place: 30.o6%
Tiger Gift ShopSecond Place: 23.42%
Grizzlies DenThird Place: 12.97%

Best song to listen to while contemplating this category… Mean Streak by Little Big Town. So what do you think, Memphis? Did you get it right? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

The 2012 M Award Winners

Favorite Concessions: FedExForum
Favorite Place To Tailgate: Tiger Lane
Favorite Sporting Venue: FedExForum
Favorite Race: St. Jude Marathon
Best Game: Grizzlies Game 6 Win
Most Memorable Moment: University of Memphis Gets Invitation to the Big East
Favorite Annual Event: Memphis Madness
Moment We Would Most Like To Forget: Grizzlies Game 1 Collapse to the Clippers
Best Offbeat Moment: Josh Pastner Accidentally Tweeting Out “Tony Parker”
Best Musical Performance: Ellen, St. Jude Patient, Singing the National Anthem at a Grizzlies Game
Best Place To Stock Up For The Big Game: Kroger
Best Local Sports Bar/Restaurant: Huey’s
Best National Sports Bar/Restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings
Best Place To Eat Before/After The Game: Huey’s
Best Place To Take The Team After A Victory: Memphis Pizza Cafe
Best Place To Play Cards: Horseshoe Casino and Hotel
Best Golf Course: TPC Southwind
Favorite Golf Store: Edwin Watts Golf
Favorite Sporting Goods Store: Dick’s Sporting Goods
Favorite Sports Apparel Store: Tiger Bookstore

Check back here daily in the month of July for a new winner in MemphiSport’s annual celebration of the best in Memphis sports.

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