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BSA Licensing Insider Highlights- Stamps, Custom T-Shirts, and Coins

Posted on 02 February 2009 by admin


The BSA Licensing Insider, Vol. 2, No. 2, featured Officially Licensed Custom Postage Stamps available from Zazzle.com.

Zazzle.com, under license from the Boy Scouts of America, features an exciting array of BSA postage stamps featuring Eagle Scout®, Order of the Arrow®, Wood Badge™, BSA 100th Anniversary™, Norman Rockwell Illustrations and Merit Badges™. Additionally, products such as magnets, stickers, and mousepads are being tested. Users can also personalize some items.

For more information on how to purchase these items, please visit Zazzle.com.

Other Featured New Officially Licensed BSA Products:

American BackCountry Expands Line of Printed Moisture Wicking BSA® Licensed Apparel
American BackCountry has added a line of custom designed moisture wicking polo shirts to compliment its BSA officially licensed t-shirt offering.

For more information on American BackCountry’s BSA officially licensed products, please visit www.americanbackcountry.com.

ClassB.com Introduces a New Line of BSA® T-Shirts
classb.com BSA T-ShirtsClassB, an official licensee for customized activity t-shirts, has launched a contemporary, fashion-forward collection of t-shirts for Scouts. Each super soft 100% tagless t-shirt is available from Adult Small to Adult 2X Large.

For more information on the new line of BSA licensed t-shirts or to design your own please visit classb.com.

Bennett & Associates Launches Norman Rockwell Commemorative Coins
Bennett & Associates, Inc., a premium and incentive awards company, has introduced a line of BSA licensed Norman Rockwell Coin collectibles to BSA Councils.

For more information on this collection, please visit beyondawards.com.

For a complete list of BSA licensees, including their contact information and products, visit BSA Licensing > Current Licensees.

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Josh Says:

    Wow. I really like those coins. I’m a sucker for specialty coins although I never actually buy them. I’m a window shopper extraordinaire. I think I might get those stamps to invite people to my son’s Eagle Court of Honor.

  2. Dan Says:

    I thought the stamps were cool too, until I saw the price… About 90 cents a stamp. Though looking around that is about the rate for customized postage.

    Though I’d consider using a customized photo of the Eagle Scout, since its the same price. photo.stamps.com offers discounts based on the number of sheets ordered.

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