Peace Frogs Goes International Following 25 Years of Popularity in the U.S.

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Peace Frogs will head to Japan and Korea thanks to its latest licensing agreement.

Peace Frogs 'live fun, do good, Logo

Peace Frogs. Live Fun, do good.

It's not just about a frog or a character. It's a brand that illustrates peace, nature, environment and wildlife conservation.

Peace Frogs, a Virginia-based casual apparel and gifts company, is headed to Japan and Korea in 2013 thanks to a recent agreement that makes Sage Licensing USA an agent for Brentwood Licensing, LLC.

The frog is the Native American symbol for peace, and given Peace Frogs’ 25 years of popularity in the USA and a character that translates in any language, the time seems right to expand worldwide.

“Peace Frogs promotes positively peaceful living,” said Catesby Jones, Peace Frogs Founder and President. “It’s not just about a frog or just about a character. It’s a brand that illustrates peace, nature, environment, and wildlife conservation.”

Bruce Giuliano, founder of Sage Licensing USA, said Peace Frogs “will resonate with the Japanese consumer for whom the frog is often thought of as positive symbol of change, reform and renewal. The character captures a light whimsical tone which Japan’s consumers will embrace.”

About Peace Frogs

Established more than 25 years ago by Catesby Jones, the Virginia-based Peace Frogs apparel company promotes positively peaceful living. The apparel and gift products are featured online (, in more than 800 specialty stores around the world and via an annual catalog. With 16 free standing stores and 20 licensees, the Peace Frogs brand grows in popularity each year. For more information about Peace Frogs, contact Catesby Jones at Catesby(at)mindspring(dot)com.

About Brentwood Licensing, LLC

Brentwood Licensing, LLC, based out of Irvine, California, is a full-service brand development and licensing company for both licensors and licensees. Please contact Joel Barnett for licensing and consulting opportunities at Joel(at)brentwoodlicensing(dot)com.

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