The Wyoming County town of Perry is a town known for having more cows than people, and while most towns are judged by the number of traffic lights (there's two here, by the way), Perry is judged by higher standards.
It's in a building on Route 39 where 120 employees here at American Classic Outfitters make all the jerseys for the Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Reebok. That's right - right in our backyard!
"It's amazing to think that we do it, and it's on a professional sports player. It's on TV, and it's an over whelming feeling," said jersey maker Colleen Hancock.
Friday, Hancock was making a game jersey for the quarterback of her favorite team, Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. (I can't help it - BOO)
They do it all in Perry - cut the material, stitch it up, put players names on the back, and they even put on the numbers too.
Ann Sullivan takes a little extra time with Tom Brady's jersey. Do you ever think of writing him love letters?
"No, but I've thought about it," said Sullivan with a straight face.
Here, workers also crank out jerseys for 17 NBA teams, and 25 college football squads.
So, if you judge a town by the number of traffic lights on Main Street, always remember, that the road leads somewhere.
Hopefully it leads to an end zone.