Published Jan 28, 2019 at 3:14 PM | Updated at 9:04 AM PST on Jan 29, 2019
Randy's Donuts is taking the Super Bowl fever to another level.
Randy’s Donuts, the Los Angeles Rams and Nike partnered for a makeover of the iconic LA doughnut shop.
The doughnut shop was painted blue and yellow to support the Rams' Super Bowl bid in Atlanta on Feb. 3. The doughnut-shaped sign will be completely painted on Tuesday morning and fans will have the opportunity to take pictures in front of the Rams mural.
Vice President of Operations Samara Friendman said the Los Angeles Rams are a huge part of Inglewood and this opportunity was a great way to support the team for the Super Bowl.
"People are loving it, everyone from the community is coming out to support it," Friendman said.
The doughnut shop is selling blue and yellow donuts to support the Rams for the Super Bowl. Randy's Donuts makes an average of 10,000 donuts per day, but they are expecting to make more with the high demand.
A premium special LA Rams doughnut costs $2.65 and a dozen will cost you $29.80.
This is the first time Randy's Donuts has ever been painted to promote a team. The doughnut shop will be re-painted back to normal after the Super Bowl, Friendman said.