Alumnus sees surge in merchandise orders after Cubs win
Jay Wilcox ’85 of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, was identified as a Ripon College graduate in a feature, “Boelter Brands cashes in on Cubs,” in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Sunday, Nov. 6.
Wilcox is president of Boelter Brands LLC, a Glendale company that produces licensed sports consumer merchandise featuring the logos of major sports teams. It had a major surge in extra business after the Chicago Cubs’ recent World Series win.
Wilcox majored in economics and English at Ripon College.
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