Two Utah mascots make final round in national ‘Mascot of the Year’ competition

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Images courtesy Utah Falconz on Facebook and weareutahjazz.com respectively.

Images courtesy Utah Falconz on Facebook and weareutahjazz.com respectively.

SALT LAKE CITY – Two Utah mascots are finalists in a national competition for Mascot of the Year.

Mascot Insider’s Fourth Annual Mascot of the Year is in its final round, and the Jazz Bear and Felix Falcon are both in the running.

The Jazz Bear is known for his antics on and off the court for Salt Lake City’s NBA team, and Felix Falcon represents Utah’s all-female tackle football team—who will play in a national championship Saturday. 

Click here to vote for either Utah mascot in Mascot Insider’s competition.

The other finalists include: Sluggerrr, Kansas City Royals; Tex Hooper, FC Dallas; Rowdy, Dallas Cowboys; Howler, Arizona Coyotoes; Tux the Penguin, Wilkes-Barre Penguins; Willie Wildcat, Kansas State University.

For more about Felix Falcon and the charity work Felix participates in, click here. For more on the Jazz Bear’s community involvement, click here.