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End Of "rise Up" Era


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Rise Up was created by Rich Mckay and the dorks that worked for the Falcons in the marketing team. Rise Up barely moves merchandise and it's almost embarrassing to say unless the Falcons win a playoff games ex. vs Seahawks in 2012.

I say we let a new slogan organically come about. Dirty Birds was good during its time and I doubt they had to get a marketing team and Rich **** You Mckay to come up with that one.

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Rise up isn't going anywhere. Quinn's saying it, the new picks are saying it, and more importantly it's still on all our merchandise. I never saw people's problem with it either, every NFL team's slogan is kind of dorky. At least ours is grammatically correct.

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everyone isn't alike. Some like it, some don't like it. Nothing more nothing less

I think majority of the Falcons fans despise it. It's not a 50/50 issue. When I go to an NFCCG in Atlanta and some people are scared to say Rise Up and one or two people are chanting it before the game, that means the Slogan isn't WORTH ****

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I think majority of the Falcons fans despise it. It's not a 50/50 issue. When I go to an NFCCG in Atlanta and some people are scared to say Rise Up and one or two people are chanting it before the game, that means the Slogan isn't WORTH ****

do you have any evidence that supports that? I see it and hear it quite a bit.

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