Sigma Alpha Epsilon Apparel & Merchandise
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a fraternity hat was founded in 1856 on the campus of the University of Alabama. The fraternity promotes friendship, scholarship an service, with members often venturing out into the community to help others. There are approximately 15,000 current SAE brothers across 219 active chapters in the United States.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Apparel
When it comes to fraternity gear, you probably immediately picture a T-shirt with Greek letters on the front. While you can find plenty of tees at Greek Gear, that's not all of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon clothing we have to offer. Our Sigma Alpha Epsilon shirts come in a wide range of styles, including button-downs, long-sleeve tees and of course, Greek letter T-shirts. We also carry Sigma Alpha Epsilon sweatshirts and athletic wear.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Merchandise
Sigma Alpha Epsilon clothing is great but where we really stand out is in our selection of Sigma Alpha Epsilon merchandise. Order a Sigma Alpha Epsilon flag, a keychain or even a license plate frame to really show off your fraternity pride. Our impressive selection, low prices and fast service make us your leading Sigma Alpha Epsilon store. Order online and have your selections shipped right to your door or dorm.
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon FAQs:
- What year was Sigma Alpha Epsilon founded? Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856 on the campus of the University of Alabama.
- What are Sigma Alpha Epsilon's colors? The official colors are royal purple and old gold.
- What is Sigma Alpha Epsilon's symbol? The Sigma Alpha Epsilon symbol is the lion.
- What are the most popular Sigma Alpha Epsilon members? Notable alumni of the fraternity include musician Dierks Bentley, musician Nick Lachey, actor Beau Bridges, creator of the Gallup Poll George Gallup, NBC news anchor Chet Huntley and actor Fred Savage.