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Team spirit is brought to your lawn.

| August 23, 2010

NEW YORK - Baseball fans can now use their yards to display some of their favorite teams' logos.

Lawn Logo is a licensed stencil and is cut to the Major League Baseball team’s specifications. The product includes five 20 ounce cans of the authentic pantone colors spray paint, specific to each team. The paint is water based, grass friendly, and does not wash away with the rain.

As the grass is mowed, the stencil is reusable. Four registration pins are included that keep the stencil in place during the painting process. The cans of paint are good for five to seven applications of the team logo.

“We are so excited to make this amazing team connector available to MLB fans across the U.S.,” said David Andres, president and CEO of Stadium Associates, who license grass and turf products in the sports industry.
Andres is scheduled to introduce the product, which includes logos for 14 MLB teams, in the 10 p.m. hour, Tuesday, Aug. 31 on QVC.

The available teams are: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins, Saint Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers.

All 30 teams will be available nationwide in early 2011.

The Lawn Logo kit is available through QVC at 800-345-1515 or www.QVC.com.

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