|Avid football fans are everywhere and sporting their team spirit is an essential part of enjoying the game with fellow fans. Regardless of our own affection towards football, we all know a fanatic sports fan able to watch countless hours of football only pausing for more chips and dip. Football fans range from the most intense tailgating, statistic spouting, Fantasy Football-loving individuals to the more passive fans that enjoy a shared bond between friends and the occasional game day platter of chicken wings.|
Everyday charms are traditionally used for embellishing basic jewelry items, but the beauty of official team charms is hands down their versatility. Each team charm contains an iconic symbol of that particular team and can be used to decorate virtually anything a fan would want. Go ahead and throw out the conventional playbook; using your heightened creativity, begin embellishing a full range of objects from jewelry to party invitations, home décor to office supplies and any other noteworthy item to honor a fan's team.
Football games are only seasonal, but team spirit thrives year round!
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|We would like to share some of the customer comments we received in response to the article, "Game Day Jewelry," featured in a newsletter. Please keep in mind that the comments expressed below are those of our customers and do not reflect the views of Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.|
"Today's e-newsletter has at the top sports charms for sale to incorporate into jewelry to sell. It also has in Ask the Expert the question of whether one can use those charms in jewelry to resell--with an answer from the normally terrific David Weiman implying the answer is no--but it looks like he misunderstood the question. Seems it might be a good idea to look over those expert answers before putting them in your newsletter, especially when it seems to contradict your sales pitch."
"I am a fan of the MLB team the Arizona Diamondbacks. You have quite a selection of other MLB baseball teams, but not the Diamondbacks. I am very disappointed. Also I could find no baseball beads."
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