(Phoenix) – in fiamme (www.infiamme.net), the world’s finest Italian golf apparel, will serve as a sponsor of the 43rd Annual Chicago Baseball Cancer Charities All-Star Invitational, to take place July 9 at Twin Orchard Country Club in Long Grove, Ill. At the golf tournament, in fiamme will act as a tee/hole sponsor. Additionally, in fiamme will provide some of its signature custom-made hand-sewn golf shirts for use as prizes during the daylong event.
“It is our pleasure to be part of this occasion to help support CBCC’s cancer programs,” said Art Kimbrough, vice president of business development for in fiamme.
Established in 1999, in fiamme – Fine Italian Golf Apparel, headquartered in Phoenix, stands as a premier apparel brand in the golf and fine clothing industry.
in fiamme – Fine Italian Golf Apparel is constructed by hand in Italy in small lots using only 100-percent double-mercerized Egyptian cotton yarn that has been certified by the Filoscozia Council of Italy. A distinctive elegant lifestyle brand, in fiamme – Fine Italian Golf Apparel can be worn with verve and style both on and off the golf course.
in fiamme – Fine Italian Golf Apparel, a hallmark of excellence in design, fabrication and craftsmanship, can be found in country clubs, resorts and fine clothiers throughout North America. Some shirt designs are available for purchase at www.infiamme.net.
TOUR by in fiamme, a performance line of apparel designed to meet the needs of large organizations, charitable tournaments and affinity groups, also is available.
In 2010, in fiamme LLC acquired the in fiamme brand and continues to provide customers with the Word’s Finest Italian Golf Apparel.
For more information, see www.infiamme.net.
About Chicago Baseball Cancer Charities
The Chicago Baseball Cancer Charities (www.chicagobaseballcc.org/index.html) is a volunteer organization, started by Marv Samuel, which continues today under the leadership of Billy Pierce. Former and current professional athletes, members of the Chicago sports media and the corporate community comprise the CBCC. Since its inception in 1970, the CBCC has raised over $12.4 million for cancer patient care, education and research programs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Children’s Memorial Hospital. The CBCC raises funds throughout the year for its beneficiary organizations, which individually and collectively are making a difference in the fight against cancer.