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“42” Limited Edition T-Shirt – Leovici

Honoring Jackie Robinson: Leovici x JP Crawford

On April 15, 1947, baseball and the larger world we live in changed forever. When Jackie Robinson suited up for the Brooklyn Dodgers for the first time on that famed Tuesday, he went hitless through all three of his at bats. However, in the grand context of his story and legacy, it was unarguably the most successful day in the history of sport. Breaking the color barrier in baseball, Robinson’s actions penetrated deep into American society, had a profound impact on the elimination of the segregation practices black Americans faced daily, and provided fuel to the civil rights movement that promised to change the moral fabric of the United States forever. This momentous impact, which Robinson cultivated through his resolve, actions, and performance, still continues to have an unmeasurable positive effect on and off of the baseball field.

As a company that prides itself on innovation, excellence, and its promise to disrupt “the way things are”, Robinson is not just one of our inspirations, but also one of our greatest heroes. His performance on the field speaks for itself. Throughout his career Robinson maintained a batting average of .311, hit 137 home runs, batted in 734 runs, and was crowned a six-time all-star, two-time stolen base leader, MLB rookie of the year, and world series champion. However, as deafening as those career statistics may seem, the ballad of Robinson’s impact off the field will always sing louder.

The statistics and awards are impressive, but it is undoubtedly Robinson’s steadfastness, commitment, and desire for change that we and generations past, present, and future will continue to remember and cherish the most. The home runs, the batting average, and the world series title made Robinson a hall of fame baseball player, but his impact on and off the field made him a hero.

Reflecting on Robinson and his legacy has inspired us to partner with another baseball legend in the making. JP Crawford currently plays shortstop for the Seattle Mariners. While we are sure you already know a thing or two about his resume, such as his recent designation as the 2020 Gold Glove recipient, you might not know how greatly Crawford has been impacted on and off the field by the life and actions of Robinson. When asked about this impact, Crawford, a descendant of interracial parents started off by stating, “without him I probably wouldn’t have been born, he broke barriers that were larger than baseball.” Later when talking about Robinson, Crawford also stated that he was deeply affected by Robinson’s courage. “ I know I couldn’t do what he did. He got so much hate [thrown] towards him for no reason… to want to play baseball. That man changed the course of history… BY HIMSELF! He took on what so many people can’t even bear to take on a piece of.”

To honor this courage and one of our joint heroes, Leovici and JP Crawford are proud to present that this year, on Jackie Robinson Day (April 15th), we will be dropping a limited edition Leovici x JP Crawford “42” hoodie. The garment features a black and white portrait of Robinson on our bone colored hoodie. While we know that no garment, no matter how greatly it is manufactured, can live up to the legacy of Robinson, we are deeply honored that the Leovici name will be paired with one of its greatest inspirations.

The impact Robinson has had on Crawford continues to be reflected in his words, admiration, and love for the man who forever changed baseball and life as we know it. This impact can be seen on and off the field through Crawford’s performance and conduct. The standard set by Robinson has led us to the decision to donate profits from the “42” hoodie to the Jackie Robinson Foundation.

The limited edition Leovici x JP Crawford “42” hoodie will only be available for a limited time. So, if you want to snag one you will want to act quickly. Whether you purchase one of our hoodies or not, both we and JP Crawford hope that you will join us on April 15th to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day and honor one of the greatest heroes the world has ever known.

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Casa di Amore Big Game Party at Westgate

Sunday, February 4 at 1:00 PM
Events Center at the Westgate Resort, 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas

This is our 11th Big Game Party and we’re happy to announce again, that our pricing has not increased this year. This is the biggest, best party for Super Bowl viewing in Las Vegas at the best price.

Our party is held in the Events Center at the Westgate Resort, 3000 Paradise Road. Formerly, the Las Vegas Hilton.

To view last year’s party, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o2sGBLR9Ho#action=share

Open bar including beer, wine and branded liquor featuring Captain Morgan, Dewars, Smirnoff, Cazadores, Bacardi, Jack Daniels, Beefeater, and Korbel.
Draft beer includes Bud, Bud Light and Shocktop.

All day buffet includes penne pasta, Italian subs, mini Philly Cheesesteaks,
Chicken fingers, fresh veggies, Texas Spicy Hot Links and hot dogs, Greek Feta wraps,
chip and pretzel snacks, desserts and a
couple of sweet popcorn machines for that real stadium smell!

Each guest receives a raffle card with 25 tickets attached to put in for great raffle

Tickets are $170 TOTAL for EARLY BIRD purchases, including ticketing fee, tax and gratuity. That gets you guaranteed seating, open bar, all day buffet, 25 raffle tickets and spectacular viewing! There is plenty of seating and the viewing and sound are fantastic!

For more information or to purchase, please call 702-684-6127 anytime between 8am and 8pm PST, seven days a week.

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Skate with the Greats

Friday, February 24, 2017
6:00pm – 8:30pm (VIP Access at 5:30pm)
The Rink at Rockefeller Center

Hockey Greats Supporting a Great Cause

Help Families Facing Childhood Cancer

Don’t miss Ronald McDonald House New York’s 23rd Annual Skate with the Greats, your chance to mingle with stars from NHL’s New York Rangers Alumni! Attendees will enjoy ice skating with the Rangers on the iconic Rockefeller Center rink, a live and a silent auction with much sought-after sports memorabilia, and an autograph session with some of their favorite Rangers players.

This event is made possible by the support of Hall of Famers and longtime volunteers Rod Gilbert and Brian Leetch, as well as many other Rangers Greats and RBC Capital Markets.

More information and tickets here.