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gimme cap

n. Slang
A cloth cap with a bill, adorned with the name of an organization or a product logo.

gim′me cap`


n.
a visored cap decorated with the symbol or name of a product, company, etc.
[1975–80; so called from its being given away as a promotional item]
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If he's wearing a gimme cap bearing the name of "Brand X Corn Hybrids," you can bet the farm that's what's growing on his place.
I figure that farmers, truckers and the guys who mow the lawn at the town park have probably been wearing gimme caps for a couple thousand years now.
It's true that gimme caps provide eye-catching, cost-effective advertising for the companies that distribute them and much-needed protection from the sun for the wearers.
Farmers who wear gimme caps promoting their local cooperative or grain elevator tend to be joiners.
Dressed in his customary jeans, untucked shirt, and gimme cap, Moore conducts an array of confounding interviews with South Park creator Matt Stone, rock musician Marilyn Manson, and suspicious--sometimes zombie-eyed--tofu farmer James Nichols, brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.
Bright-eyed, solidly built, with his hair dyed a vibrant, platinum blond, Hollywood's redneck renaissance man even has the country glam look down to a T: simple but elegant leather jacket, indigo blue jeans, hand-tooled pointy boots and the signature gimme cap, this one courtesy of the Arkansas State Police.
Men wearing kufis and gimme caps stop to share a cigarette.
They're succeeding at getting the sweat-stained, bloodstained logos off of their campus products: the Frisbees and the sweatshirts and the gimme caps that bear the logos of their campuses.