I Love Boston Sports (ILBS), the Boston-based creative force behind the most recognizable and distinctive Boston-inspired sports art and apparel on the market, announces the grand opening of their newest franchise location. Expanding beyond their popular kiosk in Faneuil Hall and other retail locations outside of Boston, I Love Boston Sports has officially opened a brick and mortar store in Faneuil Hall Marketplace, across from MIJA Cantina and Tequila Bar. ILBS also has a store in South Shore Plaza and a pop-up store this summer at Legacy Place.
The new I Love Boston Sports store features some of their most popular creations, such as the iconic “Crossing the Charles,” “The Last Suppah,” “Boston Tea Party,” “Beers: Where Every Townie Knows Your Name” and “Faneuil Brawl.” With this new location in the heart of Boston, ILBS makes it easier for Bostonians and tourists to access highlights from their extensive catalog of artwork and apparel. They are also showcasing art from other regions in their usual whimsical way.
“We grew our company in the most grass roots way possible, by selling outside events and doing festivals all over New England. We have amassed a large following outside of Boston as a result of our earlier efforts and figured it was time to establish a presence right in the heart of Boston,” said CEO and Creative Director Mahlon Williams. “The Faneuil Hall location provides more opportunities for us to cater to not only our Boston customers, but out of town visitors as well. I Love Boston Sports fans will now have a place to visit seven days a week at the shopping mecca of our city, where they can browse our entire collection and see our new work the day it gets unveiled. We also have our FAN FAVORITE green screen on display and encourage fans to insert themselves into our art work. It’s epic.”
For more information on I Love Boston Sports, athlete appearances and all they have to offer, please check out their website, www.iLoveBostonSports.com,or visit them at their other store locations including Legacy Place (Summer 2018) or South Shore Plaza.