Susan McGalla knows football. She was born in the Midwestern town of East Liverpool, Ohio. Growing up roughhousing with her two brothers wasn’t enough, the father was a local football coach. It seems fitting that she has become the director of strategic planning and growth Pittsburgh Steelers. And just in time for this postseason she has released an entire new line of clothing for the Pittsburgh Steelers team. The fate of the Pittsburgh Steelers as they marched toward the Super Bowl is a up in the air, but the success of her new clothing line is sure to be a hit. The of team paraphernalia is easily accessible through the launch of the new website. Says Susan, “We want to make it easy, quick on any device you want to shop.” It seems that Susan wants you to get your Pittsburgh Steelers fix any smart phone, smart TV, tablet, or computer; basically wherever you get Internet service. It’s a good thing that she set up a new website because the new goodies include Pandora jewelry with Pittsburgh Steelers charms, Nike golf paraphernalia, Tommy Bahama Pittsburgh Steelers shirts, and even clothing from Victoria’s Secret. You can even find incredibly colorful clothing for the young Pittsburgh Steelers fans and the life, and the NFL franchise is even marketing to young girls love to wear pink and watch football at the same time. Susan McGalla knows the clothing retail game. She has had a giant companies like Wikinvest, American Eagle outfitters and wet seal, both Staples of any shopping mall you’ll find across America. Her experience in retail inspires her to listen to fans, hearing exactly what they crave what concerns Pittsburgh Steelers items, and that’s what’s led her to form alliances with giant companies like Nike, Tommy Bahama and Victoria’s Secret. And you can look forward to plenty in the future. Susan’s focus has always been on the client, but in this case it’s the fans. And everybody knows that Pittsburgh Steelers fans are ravenous, thirsting for a wide range of Pittsburgh Steelers branded goodies. It’ll be fun to see what the future holds for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Susan McGalla.