Everything that the GOAT, Tom Brady, does has some meaning. Be it his unimaginable diet regime or his seemingly bold fashion choice of wearing Dreamathon, Brady manages to prove his greatness in everything.
Dreamathon is a clothing brand started by Bruce Thompson. Bruce is a Republican party member representing the state of Georgia. Back to the brand; as the name suggests, the clothing wear is for the dreamers.eamathon is a clothing brand started by Bruce Thompson.
Bruce is a Republican party member representing the state of Georgia. Back to the brand; as the name suggests, the clothing wear is for the dreamers.
Dreamathon stands for Dream + Marathon, meaning that dreams can be achieved as long as you keep going. The company’s vision stands for “making your dreams a reality.” As per their website, the company’s vision is to motivate its users to “get through a really hard day.”
“Through our apparel, we help make your dreams a reality,” says Dreamathon’s company vision. “This is not just a brand, this is a lifestyle. When you put on our apparel, it gives you that little extra motivation you need to get through a really hard day. “
Tom Brady pays tribute to his teammate with a custom Dreamathon shirt
When you think of it, a brand like Deamathon and an athlete like Tom Brady are a match made in heaven. Brady is the epitome of longevity and excellence in the NFL – essential qualities that
Dreamathon stands for. Despite the great vision, Dreamathon is often criticized for poor design quality. Despite that, the GOAT followed the likes of Odell Beckham Jr and Justin Jefferson and chose to wear it.
A key reason could be that he might’ve connected with the vision, and hence, chose to wear the Dreamathon drip to pay tribute to his teammate Chris Godwin, who is out for the rest of the season after suffering an ACL and MCL tear.
All in all, it was a very thoughtful and symbolic gesture from the GOAT for Godwin. Before his injury, the WR was tearing up the league and was seemingly hitting his peak. An injury like this at this point is cruel, and Brady’s symbolic metaphor makes complete sense. Don’t you think?