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SeatData has a mascot, and his name is Mr. Fuzzy. He is an antique toy koala given to one of our founders as a child. He is joined by his friend Kwa:

                              
                                Mr Fuzzy                                                       Kwa

                            Click for thumbnails of Mr Fuzzy and Kwa on location

What purpose does a mascot serve?
SeatData is a site created and maintained by sports fans. Mr. Fuzzy and friend are symbolic of the quality of resources we have to make a professional site. They also serve as testimony to our resolve; it takes something special to hold up one of these bad boys during a game to take a picture. We try to stay focused on usability, and our mascots help remind us that we are users just like you with a little half-crazy mixed in.

Where can I get a Mr. Fuzzy?
Mr. Fuzzy and Kwa are truly unique, and their origins are unknown. Our best guess is that someone took some kangaroo fur, lintballs, and some twine, and then put the object inside the speaker of a carnival ride to cure. Mr. Fuzzy looks like a cab driver sat on him for a few years,further refining the vintage. Voila.

Why not use a real koala?
Real koalas are about the same size and intelligence as a sack of pinto beans. They eat only specific kinds of eucalyptus leaves not found in the veggie section. They also have an aversion to movement of any kind. Our pocket-sized mascots possess a sarcastic wit, don't eat, and other than poor aerodynamics, travel quite nicely. As an added plus, their noses can be used to sharpen dentist's drills, and when wielded properly, add considerably to personal security.


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