Cutter & Buck, based in Seattle, has named Laura Saiki as its new golf product line director. Saiki, who spent the past six years at Pebble Beach Company as a private label buyer, brings more than 20 years of experience in the golf industry to the position.
Trevose, Pennsylvania-based Broder Bros. Co. announced it will present Ashworth in its 2011 catalog. Broder Bros. Co., the nation’s largest wholesale distributor of imprintable apparel, markets through the Alpha Shirt, Broder and NES Clothing brands.
Bodek and Rhodes, Philadelphia, a leading wholesaler of imprintable activewear, announced its partnership with apparel and accessories manufacturers adidas and TaylorMade for a two-month-long promotion offering $25 Dining Dough certificates to customers for every 12 pieces purchased of the two athletic brands.
On January 12, Indianapolis-based Norwood Promotional Products welcomed the company's top golf customers to the 3rd Annual Norwood Edge Golf Invitational at Legacy Golf Club in Henderson, Nevada.
Philadelphia-based Bodek and Rhodes, one of the leading wholesalers of imprintable activewear, announced it will include four new brands of apparel in its 2010 catalog, to be released in November, in advance of new year promotions programs. Bodek and Rhodes will offer a total of 38 brands, once the new brands are introduced.
Philadelphia-based Bodek and Rhodes, one of the nation’s leading wholesalers of imprintable activewear
Carlsbad, California-based TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company and Hopkins, Minnesota-based River’s End Trading Company announced they have entered into a partnership to bring the the TaylorMade-adidas brand Ashworth Golf Apparel to the promotional products industry exclusively through River’s End Trading Company.
GOLF IS A game of increments and minutiae. Misjudge a stroke by one millimeter, and a killer drive ends up being a killer search through the woods. Appropriately, golf promotions require the same kind of precision. A campaign that is even slightly off can land product meant for a promotional hole in one right into a sand trap.
Red Perks, based in Rumford, R.I., introduced its fully customizable gift card program for the corporate market. Red Perks’ line of cards aims to provide services for corporate gift programs, employee motivation incentives or as a way for a company to extend its brand through promotional programs. Designed specifically for the corporate premium marketplace, the Red Perks gift card program is loaded with features that make it the sensible choice for corporations. Gift solutions include golf and sporting equipment, apparel, personal electronics, small appliances, luggage, tools, and products from a variety of other categories. Red Perks cardholders will enjoy a wide selection of
Gold Bond, Chattanooga, Tenn., is hosting a distributor contest in conjunction with TaylorMade and Maxfli. Through the end of July, all TaylorMade and Maxfli golf items will be on sale. Each time a distributor places an order for one of the products, his or her name will be entered into a drawing for a free trip that includes a golf outing and a tour of Gold Bond’s plant in Chattanooga. “We wanted to put together a trip that would be exciting, relaxing and professionally rewarding,” said Mark Godsey, president. “The answer was to include exciting Chattanooga venues, golf for two at a Jack Nicklaus-designed