a) One red, dome-shaped helmet with two tear drop-shaped holes on sides; b-c) Two white horns with red tips, which are inserted through holes in the helmet. The name CHICAGO BULLS and Bulls logo printed on front of helmet, with sponsor name SUBWAY on back.
This Chicago Bulls souvenir helmet was made in 1998. The plastic helmet was offered to fans attending games by local Subway Restaurants as a promotion during the 1998 National Basketball Association playoffs.
This Chicago Bulls fans' souvenir helmet was one of the many items in which Chicago Bulls' fans demonstrated their support of and devotion to their team. The same year that this helmet was made, the Chicago Bulls won the 1998 NBA Championship, their sixth championship win during the 1990s. The Bulls' name refers to Chicago's long history as a center of livestock trading.