Hot dogs…check, Buns…check, Charcoal…check, Soda…check, Baseball Roses…?
The 4th of July marks the middle of summer on the American calendar. Schools are on summer break, the weather is heating up, families take their summer vacations, and baseball prepares for the All-Star game. Folks across the nation begin to prepare the grill and stock up on all the BBQ essentials for the upcoming festivities that bring friends, families and neighbors together. And every child looks forward to the spectacular firework displays during the grand finale of Independence Day.
Independence Day is when we celebrate the birthday of our great country. We’ll sing the National Anthem throughout the day and hold Old Glory in our hands. There are many different patriotic symbols that we associate with our great country – the Bald Eagle, Red/White/Blue, the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, and even Uncle Sam. Of course, I can’t forget baseball and apple pie.
What can be more American than America’s favorite pastime?Baseball is America’s sport and no other major sport in America shares the spotlight with baseball on our nation’s birthday. There will be very few, if any, lonely baseball diamonds during this 4th of July weekend. This is why I’m staking a claim to add a new symbol to our patriotic vocabulary…Baseball Roses. Baseball Roses are as American as baseball and apple pie. The seeds of this idea first sprouted on American soil, were nurtured by American hands, and were spread across the country by American fans. The Baseball Rose may only be 4 years old, but it’s strong American roots have a firm grip on the hearts of baseball fans.
This 4th of July, whether you host your own All-American BBQ or attend as a guest, make sure you add the Baseball Rose “Triple Play” Vase Arrangement as your picnic table centerpiece. The Baseball Rose “Triple Play” Vase Arrangement features three handmade Baseball Roses arranged in an attractive display with silk baby’s breath, and baseball grosgrain ribbon tied around the 9″ bud vase.
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