Rangers supporters have been given the opportunity to rename the Ibrox Megastore.
Fans haven't used the shop at the stadium in years with Mike Ashley's Sports Direct running it but the new Castore deal has allowed Rangers to get their store back.
And with a huge refit in process, they've decided to change the name and now fans who are part of the MyGers membership scheme have a chance to decide its title for themselves.
The new scheme rewards fans for their loyalty and will have three tiers with different rewards in each of them.
But everyone who has signed up has been offered this chance.
Fans have six different options that they can vote for, with the shop due to open at the start of August in line with the launch of the new home strip - worn by Steven Gerrard's men for the first time on Friday against Hamilton.
The kit went on sale at the start of July for pre-order and fans will be able to get their hands on it in August.
The six options are The Rangers Store, Official Rangers Store, Rangers Retail Centre, Rangers Official Store: Ibrox, Rangers Town and The Bears Den.
And many supporters have mixed feelings on the Rangers Town name, with some voting for it before realising that others might do the same for a joke.
@Laing1974 said: “The worst thing is I genuinely don’t trust our fanbase not to vote in their thousands for Rangers Town.”
@Delbert73 added: “Please, please, please, please, please, please, please don’t vote Rangers Town or the Bears Den.”
@Pena_Cartel said: “If anybody votes Rangers Town they should have their season ticket revoked on the spot.”
@Kendal__RFC added: “Silly to vote for Rangers Town or The Bears Den. I like the Rangers Retail Centre as it syncs quite nicely with The Rangers Training Centre.”
@NewcoTed said: “Only voting for Rangers Town because there isn’t a Staunchy McStaunchface option.”
@DavidEdwardsRFC added: “If Rangers Town or The Bears Den win the vote then that’s peak Banter Era.”