Scranton, Lackawanna County-Workers at Kevin's Wholesale in Scranton glued their eyes to the television screen Sunday night, anxiously awaiting the final moments of the big game. "First we watched the end of the game, which at first we thought it was going to be a blow out, but as the game progressed we realized it was going to be a nail biter at the end." says Bill Kilonsky. Kevin's Wholesale was hired to make thousands of victory t-shirts if the Baltimore Ravens became Super Bowl champs. The final score would determine if this crew would head to the press or head home. "Once it was done we ran upstairs and starting running the presses. For the last five, six hours we have been running shirts." Kilonsky adds. By working constantly throughout the night, the crew printed 27-thousand "Rings Don't Lie" celebration t-shirts. "I can't help but be excited for the company I work for. It's a big deal for the area. " says, Kilonsky. The t-shrits were loaded into two tractor trailers before the sun came up, and shipped to Baltimore. Robin is one of only two drivers who will be making the nearly 4 hour drive to Baltimore. Her day also depended on the outcome of the big game. "If the Ravens won, I had to be here at 4am. If they didn't win, i had to start at seven in the morning." says, Robin Riegel.