Thanks to the World Cup, Rico Earns Millions of Rupiah in Profit from Selling Jersey
Navigasi - The grand party of the World Cup is a football tournament that is held once every four years and is one of the most awaited events by football lovers around the world.
|Thanks to the World Cup, Rico Earns Millions of Rupiah in Profit from Selling Jersey|
This year's world cup itself will be held from 20 November to today, Sunday 18 December 2022, which will again play the final between Argentisa and France.
The euphoria that can be felt starts from the people who are enthusiastic about welcoming this event every four years.
One of them, can be seen from the large number of people who buy football knick-knacks, one of which is a jersey, or the jersey of their favorite football team.
With this euphoria, Rico, one of the jersey sellers, was showered with blessings.
The profit from sales of Rico's jersey has increased, which previously only earned 2 million rupiah per month, now it can reach 5 million rupiah during the world cup event.
Until the final match, most of the jerseys that football fans are hunting for are jerseys from Argentina.
"Nearly 70% are all Argentinian," he told media, Sunday (18/12).
Rico explained that the reason many football fans buy Argentina jerseys is because this is the last World Cup for Lionel Messi.
Rico said that he has only been selling jerseys for the last 3 years, so he has just experienced the blessings of this world cup event.
"The problem is that almost everyone is looking for the jersey of the country they support at the 2022 Qatar World Cup," he said. Jersey sales at this world cup event are really different from the increase when compared to other football tournaments. He gave examples such as the Euros, Copa America and the AFF Cup, his jersey sales did not increase drastically like this World Cup event. For the current sales system, Rico still uses an online sales system, not yet offline. One of the reasons Rico sells jerseys is because he is a soccer lover. "I like Arsenal for foreign clubs," he said.