FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Tin Cup Products, LLC - maker of patented, Made in the USA golf ball marking stencils - announces it will have a retail display in the U.S. Women's Open Merchandise Pavilion from July 2-8 at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, WI.
Highlighting the company's presence at the championship will be a new Wisconsin "Cheese" model available exclusively at the renowned resort. Celebrating the state's reputation as the country's leading cheese producer, the stencil features an outline of a cheddar wedge.
"This limited-edition mark showcasing one of the region's famed delicacies is a special treat for those who visit us at Blackwolf Run," says Cabell Fooshe, Vice President of Tin Cup. "Our custom designs have been extremely popular because they offer golfers everywhere the chance to showcase their personalities with easy-to-apply emblems."
Available in nearly 100 styles, Tin Cup stencils ($19.95) are placed over a ball and the template is traced with an ultra fine point permanent Sharpie. The entire personalization process takes just seconds.
Since being named "Best New Product" at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, the company has grown rapidly. Constructed from 100 percent stainless steel, the cups are ideal for any golfer and make perfect gifts for tournaments, corporate outings, wedding parties, holidays and events.
Complementing popular styles like Luck of the Irish, Five O'Clock Somewhere and Jolly Roger, Tin Cup features designs with military emblems and officially-licensed collegiate logos. It also offers an affordable customization program that's trusted by well-known corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities and many others.
For more information: www.tin-cup.com, 888.984.6287.
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About Tin Cup Products, LLC
Used by PGA, European, Champions and LPGA Tour players, 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 90 existing models, Tin Cup introduces new stencils introduced 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 750 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.