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About Us

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Thank you for visiting our website and we hope you find our unique hockey apparel worthy of your hard earned money.

We are the 3 Schmoes - Kevin Kilgore, Brian Kilgore and Mike Glink. We are born and raised in the Chicagoland area and are very passionate, lifelong fans of the Chicago Blackhawks, and in fact, all professional Chicago sports.

Our partnership began from the excitement and prodigious skill of Patrick Kane. Hence, the introduction of our first line of apparel with ‘Kanedango’ and ‘HurriKANE’. Our next line of Hockey apparel will be ‘The Breadman’, which is the team nickname for Artemi Panarin.

Our Mission at 3 Schmoes is simple:

1. Have fun

2. Always practice integrity

3. Give back

Our driving force is to give back. We will dedicate 30% of our profits to charity. Semper Fi Fund, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Habitat for Humanity. We are very serious about giving back and will be updating our website with the status of our philanthropy efforts so you will know first-hand that part of your purchase has been given to a good cause.

We will continue to be adding new lines of sports apparel so please come back and visit us again soon.

Feel free to contact any of us directly.

Kevin Kilgore

kevin kilgoreI am a US Navy veteran and am passionate about the plight of our soldiers coming home from deployment with a host of serious injuries and varying degrees of PTSD. The Semper Fi Fund was established in 2004 to assist all members of the US Armed Forces to secure vital resources upon their return home. And when necessary, they partner with these soldiers for life to ensure they are always taken care of.

Brian Kilgore

brian kilgoreI work with a local chapter of Habitat for Humanity as my passion is to help the less privileged. To have safe and affordable housing for a better life and a home you can call your own I believe is very important to a better life.

Mike Glink

michael glinkThe National Multiple Sclerosis Society is very near and dear to me. I have been living with Multiple Sclerosis for 20 years now. Even though I have been in a wheelchair full-time for the last 6 years, no longer have the use of my legs and am challenged everyday, I remain extremely positive and optimistic. I want to do whatever I can to help the 500,000 people that live with this disease here in the states and to help rid the world of this debilitating disease! One day I would love to say that MS stands for “MYSTERY SOLVED!”

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