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Baseball Moms will Love It!
Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for that special female baseball fan? Look no further than a Ballpark Sweater.
Ballpark Sweaters are an original sweater made by an entrepreneurial woman appropriately named BallparkBarb from the Philadelphia area. She was a Team Mom in Little League and followed her baseball playing son and softball playing daughter throughout their careers from Little League to high school Varsity teams. A Ballpark Sweater is made for the avid baseball Team Mom and make a perfect gift for the female baseball fan or female softball fan.
Ballpark Sweaters used to be made by hand knitting and sewing, but they were expensive, often costing in excess of $250. There were many people interested in owning these gorgeous baseball sweaters, but they were just not economically priced. Now, they are still hand-made, but made off-shore where labor costs are considerably less than in the United States.
If you are stumped on what to get your Mom or wife or significant other for Christmas this year, but you know that they love baseball, then they’d love to get a Ballpark Sweater from you. It’s the perfect gift for the female baseball fan.
The slogan for Ballpark Sweaters is “Be The Belle of the Ballpark.” That’s not an exaggeration. When BallparkBarb wears her Ballpark Sweater to a Phillies game or a youth baseball game, the comments are endless. It actually takes us 30 minutes to walk from the parking lot at the Phillies stadium to the seats, because so many people stop and say something about the sweater that has the baseball stitching on it. Of course, she gives out her business cards and many of them order the Ballpark Sweater right there on the spot!
You probably know a female baseball fan who would love a Ballpark Sweater. It may your Mom, your wife, or the Team Mom who organizes your son’s or daughter’s baseball or softball team. This is a perfect gift for the female baseball fan. She won’t be disappointed.
In the picture above is Ballpark Barb — the creator of the Ballpark Sweater. The picture was taken at Spring Training in Florida.