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Auburn Infinity State Scarf - Navy & Orange

Auburn Infinity State Scarf - Navy & Orange

$ 24.00

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War Eagle ! The intersection of Magnolia Avenue and College street in Auburn, which marks the transition from downtown Auburn to the university campus, is known as Toomer's Corner. It is named for businessman and State Senator Sheldon Toomer who founded the Bank of Auburn on the corner of Magnolia Avenue and College street in 1907. Toomer's Drugs is a small business on the corner that has been an Auburn landmark for over 130 years. Hanging over the corner were two massive southern live oak trees, and anytime anything good happened concerning Auburn, toilet paper could usually be found hanging from the trees. Also known as "rolling the corner", this tradition is thought to have originated in the 1950s to celebrate away victories; however, in recent years it has become a way to celebrate anything good that happens concerning Auburn. On January 10, 2011 when Auburn Football won the BCS National Championship game, a celebration was held at the corner which involved the traditional papering. The trees were removed on April 23, 2013 due to poisoning in 2010.

Scarves are amazing, simply because you can wear them all seasons of the year! Grab this fun-printed scarf, pair it off with a simple top, and BAM—you’re stylin’! A hot trend is to be showcased while wearing this fabulous infinity state scarf.

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