- Picture by Sam Allard
- The roving billboard in the perfect period Browns parade.
On Jan. 3, ESPN company reporter Darren Rovell tweeted that the «Cleveland-based dating website» FarmersOnly.com had joined Excedrin being a sponsor for the season that is»perfect Browns parade.
«there’s no necessity become 0-16 to participate FarmersOnly.com,» read an ad contained in the tweet. «Cleveland fans do have it.»
Observant Twitter users might have jolted, initially, during the sight of Rovell’s offhanded «Cleveland-based.» They could have struggled to square this intel that is new perceptions of this oft-parodied web site as well as its oft-parodied jingle and its particular oft-parodied commercials as something remote and possibly Iowan. It was a website, all things considered, launched in 2005 as being a hub for «farmers and ranchers to meet up with like-minded individuals.» (Italics added.)