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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Dodging potholes like Alvin Kamara dodges defenders, some New Orleans Saints fans have taken their devotion on the road, with pickups, Jeeps, motorcycles and flashy retro rides tricked out in Who Dat heraldry. Their vehicles can be fully wrapped Who ...

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Dodging potholes like Alvin Kamara dodges defenders, some New Orleans Saints fans have taken their devotion on the road, with pickups, Jeeps, motorcycles and flashy retro rides tricked out in Who Dat heraldry. Their vehicles can be fully wrapped Who Dat extravaganzas or their devotion can be found in devilish details (we especially love the fleur-de-lis tail lights; wonder if they make those for a 2006 Toyota Corolla?).



Randal Singer's Who Dat Comet
"Here ya geaux," wrote Singer. "Avery Smith is on the roof for fun."



Donna Costanza's Steve Gleason Bug
"Needless to say, the first Saint's Super Bowl win was just too much for us to let go," Costanza wrote. "Shortly after the win we decided to show our love for the team (and especially Steve Gleason) by decorating one of our cars to act as our billboard! We went through a few design concepts and chose a straight forward, quick read design."
Costanza said she's been surprised by the reaction of onlookers. "I know what it's like to get yelled at all the time," she wrote. "Thankfully it's fellow fans screaming 'Who Dat' as we fly on by. Honks, fist pumps and the aforementioned activities truly make game days a memorable experience!!!"





Johnnie Marsden III's BountyGate Jeep
Johnnie Marsden III said he got his customized Saints Jeep in 2015, but struggled with finding a rugged enough name.
"I thought about Dome Patrol, Who Dat Nation, Two Dat, Who Dat and Lil Saint. Then while watching a game with another Saints fan in 2015 (when our defense ranked dead last) he joked that the Saints needed to bring back BountyGate. At that moment BountyGate (BG for short) was born!
"It has been my own escape from the everyday hassles of life. Stripping the doors and top off and riding in the Florida sun is the closest thing to freedom I've ever felt.
"I'm a Louisiana native, and call Shreveport, Louisiana, home. After separating from the USAF I found a wife in Atlanta and moved to Tampa where my wife and I hit the N.O. vs Tampa game every year. Despite being a Bucs fan, she's an absolute doll and I'm lucky to have her.
"She now drives a Jeep as well and we have to take separate vehicles to that game! Lol! I usually travel to at least two other games a season with the hopes of getting a few players to autograph the dash of BG. Wherever I am I get thumbs ups (even in ATL).
"BountyGate is my way to enjoy supporting my favorite squad even in the offseason. Win or lose, I support!"



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