Winnipeg Blue Bombers - Mascots

Mascots

Buzz and Boomer have been the official mascots of the Winnipeg Blue Bomber since the spring of 1984. The dynamic duo never fails to entertain fans with their slapstick comedy routines and outrageous stunts during Blue Bomber home games. The pair has also been know to take flight to cheer on the team for road games. Buzz and Boomer make appearances throughout Manitoba on behalf of the football club.

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