Little League Fundraising and Promotional Items

Play ball! Regardless of how the weather feels, it is almost opening day for Little League baseball. There are more than 6,500 Little League programs in nearly 90 countries around the world. It takes a huge commitment for a community to organize a local Little League, and the costs can be pretty high. That’s where Little League fundraising and sponsorships can help.


Teams can fundraise to help pay for Little League expenses. Have you considered Little League fundraising with promotional products? Here are a few items that are sure to sell fast at games:

As anyone who has ever been to a little league game knows, bleachers are not very comfortable! Stadium cushions and folding chairs will help keep spectators comfortable while getting your brand name out there. Little Leagues can customize these products with their team name and logo and sell them during games.



Don’t forget a blanket! While the kids never seem to get cold, it can get awfully chilly just sitting in the stands. Trust me, I know — my son has been playing ball since he was six! Now he is 19-years-old and playing in college, and I still cherish a fleece blanket any time the temperature drops below 70 degrees. In the nice weather you can lay the blanket out for a picnic at the fields. Motivators offers a large selection of blankets that can be embroidered with your team’s logo — perfect for Little League fundraising!


Of course you cannot forget apparel to support your little league team! Everyone can show their support by wearing the team logo t-shirts, jackets, tank tops, caps and fleeces.


Furthermore, smart Little League organizations can offset their costs by setting up Little League sponsorships with local businesses. One great way that sponsors can support Little League teams and advertise at the same time is with banners along the outfield fences. Motivators has lots of banner options to choose from.


For Little League fundraising, the possibilities are endless! Order now and score a home run in your community.


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