(Falls Church, VA) – Tin Cup Products, LLC – maker of patented, made in America golf ball marking stencils, is pleased to announce its Silver Level Partnership with the Middle Atlantic Section of the PGA (MAPGA).
“Our company is based in Falls Church, Virginia and we have always enjoyed a great relationship with many clubs in the mid-Atlantic region. We are thrilled to begin a partnership with the MAPGA that will allow us to participate in their events and talk directly with MAPGA Professionals.” said Cabell Fooshe, President of Tin Cup.
“The MAPGA is always looking for local companies to partner with to help them generate business with our PGA Professionals and Tin Cup was an obvious partner,” said Thomas Hutton, Assistant Executive Director.
Tin Cup will be a presenting sponsor of a MAPGA Chapter Championship this summer. With onsite activation along with general marketing elements, the MAPGA hope to increase Tin Cup’s brand awareness and sales within the section.
For more information: www.tin-cup.com, 703-876-6063.
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 personalization process takes seconds, placing the Tin Cup over a golf ball and tracing the design using an ultra-fine point permanent marker. In addition to more than 140 existing models, a customization program provides low minimums, affordable pricing and prompt delivery for corporations, charities and events.
Winner of “Best New Product” at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, it has been heralded by leading authorities worldwide, including CBS Sports, Cigar Aficionado, CNN, ESPN.com, Forbes, Gifts.com, Globe & Mail, Golf Business, Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Journal, People Country, TheStreet.com, TODAY Show, USA Today, Yahoo! and many others.
About Middle Atlantic PGA
The Middle Atlantic Section of The PGA (MAPGA), located in Stafford, Virginia, is one of 41 Sections of The Professional Golfers’ Association of America, headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
The MAPGA has been a part of The PGA since 1925, and consists of over 1,100 members and apprentices in Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia and small portions of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. There are over 900,000 golfers playing more than 16.5 million rounds of golf a season in the Middle Atlantic region.
As player development remains a driving force in the golf industry, the MAPGA provides a wide variety of programs and assistance to support its members who teach the game, promote goodwill and share the game’s values to their golfing customers and their communities in general. Locally, MAPGA Professionals assist in raising over $6 million annually for charities.