Alpha Phi Omega Apparel & Merchandise
Alpha Phi Omega was founded in 1925 on the campus of Lafayette College. While it's not one of the oldest fraternities in the United States, it does have a rich history and a large membership. There are over 170,000 current members and 350,000 alumni members. In 1976, the fraternity began accepting female members, making Alpha Phi Omega one of the largest co-ed fraternities in existence.
Alpha Phi Omega Apparel
If you're in the mood to show off your letters, what better way than by choosing some Alpha Phi Omega apparel? Greek Gear carries a large selection of Alpha Phi Omega styles, including T-shirts, sweatshirts and more. Slip on one of our Alpha Phi Omega shirts to head to class or pick up an APO sweatshirt for those cool fall nights. With so many styles to choose from, you'll find something for any occasion when you shop at Greek Gear. Alpha Phi Omega shirts also make fantastic gifts for friends and family members.
Alpha Phi Omega Merchandise
Clothing isn't the only way to show off your letters. Our selection of Alpha Phi Omega merchandise is designed to put your Greek letters in the forefront, with cups, face masks, flags and more that all proudly display the APO letters along with the fraternity's official colors and symbols. We make it easy for anyone to identify you as an Alpha Phi Omega brother and our low prices make showing off your Greek pride a little more affordable.
Shop at Greek Gear for the best selection of Alpha Phi Omega merchandise and apparel. We make it easy for proud brothers to quickly find what they need in our online store. Shop online between classes or from the comfort of your dorm room or chapter hall and take advantage of everything Greek Gear has to offer.
Alpha Phi Omega FAQs:
- What year was Alpha Phi Omega founded? Alpha Phi Omega was founded on December 16, 1925 on the campus of Lafayette College.
- What are Alpha Phi Omega's colors? The official colors of Alpha Phi Omega are royal blue and old gold.
- What is Alpha Phi Omega's symbol? The fraternity's symbols are the golden eagle and the sturdy oak.
- What are the most popular Alpha Phi Omegas? Notable alumni members of the fraternity include former president of Boy Scouts of America, Kenneth Bechtel, Washington Post reporter Hamil R. Harris, former Miss West Virginia, Kaitlin Gates and actress Cheri Johnson.
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