Baseballism CEO, Travis Chock and Creative Director, Ryan Wantland answer questions regarding the new Baseballism Homegrown Collection releasing on February 14th. The collection will pay homage to cities/states in which Baseballism has a retail location. Scottsdale, Portland, Boston, Atlanta, Cooperstown, Chicago, Texas and San Francisco baseball pride items will be included in the collection.
What is the Baseballism Homegrown collection?
"We created the Baseballism Homegrown Collection to pay tribute to the baseball communities surrounding each Baseballism retail location. Although each Baseballism Store does carry products we have available online, it also carries products that only can be found at a specific Baseballism retail location. We wanted to thank Baseballism customers who make the effort to visit our retail locations by giving them the option to purchase something that is only available in store." - Travis Chock, CEO, Baseballism
Can Baseballism Homegrown Products be purchased online?
"Because we do realize customers are not always able to make it out to our stores we have hand picked certain items from each store to offer online. For example, if someone from Atlanta who now lives in California wants a Georgia Peach Pit Cap, they'll be able to buy it online and represent the baseball community from their home state." - Ryan Wantland, Creative Director, Baseballism
What are some examples of Baseballism Homegrown items?
"All of our Baseballism Homegrown items are great but one of my personal favorites is the Arizona Cactus Club design we've made to pay homage to the baseball community in Arizona. We've had a lot of requests from people who can't make it out to Scottsdale for garments with the design on it, and we're happy to now offer a couple of variations of it online. Another one of my favorites is the 'Win the BATL' Atlanta design."
- Travis Chock, CEO, Baseballism
When will Baseballism Homegrown be available for purchase online?
"We're looking to make at least a couple Homegrown items available on February 14th. We'll start off with Arizona and Portland then add other store specific items as the baseball season gets underway."
- Ryan Wantland, Creative Director, Baseballism