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It’s not just a t-shirt, or mug, or pin.


You collect them. You give them as gifts. You wear them during activities. They're a symbol of the culture and values of the Scouting movement.


Unauthorized products diminish the value of the Boy Scouts of America's brand. These products are often low quality, the trademarks are improperly used, and they may not be manufactured according to federal laws or acceptable social standards. Worst of all, they may be illegal.


Official Boy Scouts of America products are authorized and only available from the BSA Supply Group or from an official BSA Licensee. You can be assured that these products meet the organization’s high standards for quality and safety, and are manufactured according to strict social business practices and procedures.


Do your part. Buy only official BSA products. SCAN FOR DETAILS


To learn more about the benefits of official BSA products, get tips for spotting unauthorized products, or to get tools to help you do your part, visit http://www.scouting.org/licensing.


licensing@scouting.org | 800.323.0732


This seal means something.


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