BrettHand, Inc was incorporated July 27, 2010. Its inception originated with Brett Bros. Sports International, which was incorporated April 22, 1997. George Brett was elected President of BrettHand, Inc and Brett Bros. Sports International by its board of Directors. The slogan “the very best in baseball” was adopted to reflect Brett Bros. approach to all of their products. George played Major League Baseball from 1971 through 1993. After a very distinguished career he was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999.
BrettHand entered the foam hand and finger market with the launch of the #1 UltimateHand. It represents the cutting edge, next generation of foam hands and foam fingers. The fact that it's not one dimensional, looks like a real hand and fits comfortably over your own makes it the best in the industry.
It is currently offered in 14 colors of foam fingers and an assortment of 16 jersey sleeves. The slogan, “The New #1,” was adopted due to our patented (US8141291) and trademarked (US 4,116,350 & US 4,131,314) 3D foam finger and jersey sleeve combination. Customers are ALWAYS thrilled to discover our ULTIMATEHAND™ jersey sleeve comes separate from the foam hand and can be completely unique!
Go even further by picking your favorite licensed approved ULTIMATEHAND foam finger. The size of the ULTIMATEHAND products makes it an excellent place for any team to display their logo. It is the best way for you to show the world your ultimate support. Whichever team you root for, make sure the world knows they're #1 in your book.
NY Knicks Amare’ Stoudemirewalks on the Regis and Kelly show wearing a Knicks UltimateHand.
Jenna Wolfe of the Today Show experiences hoosier hospitality and has fun with UltimateHands at the 2012 Super Bowl.
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At BrettHand, Inc we take responsible sourcing seriously. As members of the Fair Labor Association we are always working towards improvement. Following is our Workplace Code of Conduct for all suppliers both in the US and China.
Employment Relationship: Employers shall adopt and adhere to rules and conditions of employment that respect workers and, at a minimum, safeguard their rights under national and international labor and social security laws and regulations.
Nondiscrimination: No person shall be subject to any discrimination in employment, including hiring, compensation, advancement, discipline, termination or retirement, on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, political opinion, social group or ethnic origin.
Harassment or Abuse: Every employee shall be treated with respect and dignity. No employee shall be subject to any physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment or abuse.
Forced Labor: There shall be no use of forced labor, including prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor or other forms of forced labor.
Child Labor: No person shall be employed under the age of 15 or under the age for completion of compulsory education, whichever is higher.
Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining: Employers shall recognize and respect the right of employees to freedom of association and collective bargaining.
Health, Safety and Environment: Employers shall provide a safe and healthy workplace setting to prevent accidents and injury to health arising out of, linked with, or occurring in the course of work or as a result of the operation of employers’ facilities. Employers shall adopt responsible measures to mitigate negative impacts that the workplace has on the environment.
Hours of Work: Employers shall not require workers to work more than the regular and overtime hours allowed by the law of the country where the workers are employed. The regular work week shall not exceed 48 hours. Employers shall allow workers at least 24 consecutive hours of rest in every seven-day period. All overtime work shall be consensual. Employers shall not request overtime on a regular basis and shall compensate all overtime work at a premium rate. Other than in exceptional circumstances, the sum of regular and overtime hours in a week shall not exceed 60 hours.
Compensation: Every worker has a right to compensation for a regular work week that is sufficient to meet the worker’s basic needs and provide some discretionary income. Employers shall pay at least the minimum wage or the appropriate prevailing wage, whichever is higher, comply with all legal requirements on wages, and provide any fringe benefits required by law or contract. Where compensation does not meet workers’ basic needs and provide some discretionary income, each employer shall work with the FLA to take appropriate actions that seek to progressively realize a level of compensation that does.