The Angler, Officially-Licensed Boise State University Models
Also Added to Made in the USA Collection
(FALLS CHURCH, VA) – Tin Cup Products, LLC announces the addition of 19th Hole, a frosty-beverage-filled pint mug design, to its rapidly expanding collection of Made in the USA golf ball marking stencils.
Crafted from 100-percent stainless steel, 19th Hole was developed following a broad online campaign seeking consumer suggestions for new products. Far and away the most popular choice, it’s joined by two other new entries for this month:
• The Angler – Another frequent request, this realistic depicting of a fish in motion is ideal for any sportsman who enjoys baiting a hook or tying a fly as much as hitting a drive
• Boise State University – This officially-licensed mark portrays the new “B” logo of Idaho’s largest institution of higher learning
“It’s wonderful to have such a devoted network of customers and fans actively seeking models that pair their passion for golf with other pastimes,” says Cabell Fooshe, Vice President of Tin Cup. “Based on the clamor for a beer mug design, we anticipate this style is going to be a hot seller for tournaments, corporate outings, wedding parties, holidays, events and more.”
Since being named “Best New Product” at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, Tin Cup has grown rapidly. Its personalization process takes just seconds, as players place the stencil over a ball and trace it using an ultra fine point permanent Sharpie.
Now more than 100 stencils deep, the Tin Cup range ($19.95 each) includes emblems from all four major military branches as well as visualization/game improvement marks. Complementing popular styles, like Luck of the Irish, Five O’Clock Somewhere and Jolly Roger, is an affordable customization program used by well-known corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities and individuals.
For more information: http://www.tin-cup.com, 888.984.6287.
About Tin Cup Products, LLC
Tin Cup’s patented golf ball marking stencils are crafted from 100 percent stainless steel and Made in the USA. The entire personalization process takes just seconds, as players simply place the Tin Cup of their choice over a golf ball and trace the design using an ultra fine point permanent Sharpie.
In addition to more than 100 existing models, Tin Cup introduces new stencils monthly. Its customization program provides low minimums, affordable pricing and prompt delivery for corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities, events and others seeking a distinctive gift.
Tin Cup stencils are currently sold at more than 1,000 retail locations worldwide, including PGA Superstore, Edwin Watts, Roger Dunn and Golfsmith, as well as elite clubs and resorts like Baltusrol, Bandon Dunes, Congressional, Kingsmill, Medinah, Reynolds Plantation, The Boulders, Torrey Pines, Wailea and Sea Island. The company also has distribution in Canada, the UK and Japan.