New York, NY (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
Home Free, a division of Blyleven Home Free International, launches its official website, http://www.homefreebaseball.com, with the introduction of a unique line of collectable Little League® Baseball and Softball jewelry, reflecting pride and preserving memories of the game.
This new collection features a unique set of handcrafted pieces, designed and produced with the Little League® logo. Each piece reflects the custom look of Home Free's talented team of professional designers. This collection is the perfect gift for Little League® Moms and Dads, grandparents, friends, players and coaches.
The Home Free Little League® Collection has been designed to appeal to individual tastes. Buyers are guided through an automated selection process on the Home Free website, making it simple and convenient to purchase each item. The Home Free website features personalization of collectable gifts with free engraving, free gift packaging of your Little League® mementos, including a free brushed jewelry pouch and certificate of authenticity.
“Little League International is excited to bring fine jewelry to our wide array of Little League parents, fans, and enthusiasts,” says Eric Hill, Director of Licensing at Little League International in Williamsport, Pa. Mr. Hill adds, “Home Free’s craftsmanship delivers a treasured and timeless impression for those who are not only involved in Little League, but also who wear and collect jewelry.”
Available items in the collection include satin cords, bracelets, charms, chains, earrings, pendants and gift certificates, all attractively priced to make purchases attainable for even the youngest Little League® enthusiast. One of Home Free's signature pieces, a unique patented clasp on a beautifully designed charm bracelet, is a rendition of the Home Free Trademark-- a baseball cleat running across home base. This unique logo represents watching a run being scored and is where the Home Free name originated--scoring of a run and the joy of victory.
“We are introducing a new way of showcasing and celebrating your pride for the game,” says David Cohen, Director, Home Free. “Creating and preserving memories of a child’s Little League® experience is what we’re all about.”