Tuesday, May 14, 2013

ClubCrown by VIVE Signs Military Licensing Agreements

(NEW YORK CITY, NY) - With American pride, ClubCrown by VIVE has officially signed licensing agreements with four United States military branches. This allows customers to personalize driver, fairway wood and hybrid clubheads with ClubCrown wraps for the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines.  
"ClubCrown is honored to be associated with the U.S. Armed Forces," says Andrew Glaser, Founder and CEO of the company. "Active and retired members love both their country and affiliation. ClubCrown gives these heroes the ability to represent that connection while they're safe on U.S. soil playing golf, one of the world's most fulfilling games."

Passionate members of the U.S. Marine Corps love their Eagle, Globe and Anchor, and for the first time ever, can have it professionally installed on their golf clubs. Likewise, U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy active service men, women and veterans, now have the ability to represent their affiliation on their clubs, every time they tee it up, with beautiful military logos and patterns.

ClubCrowns debuted at the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show, and represent an innovative and exciting way to personalize and improve the look and style of any driver, fairway wood or hybrid. Installed on the clubhead's crown, it offers military members a chance to show off their patriotism, at a reasonable price. The ClubCrown is unprecedented and fits in seamlessly among the latest and growing trend of golfers personalizing their golf equipment. The finished quality of the installed adhesive is exceptional, and makes the club look as if it was painted by the manufacturer. It also can make the club look brand new, regardless of its physical condition.

ClubCrown teaches retailers how to use their simple tools and patented installation process, to install a ClubCrown in 10 minutes. The product has essentially the same high durability properties as the original club finish, and won't bubble, ripple or peel. It's removable by the consumer, and conforms with USGA Rules and the Rules of Golf.

All designs are available at www.ClubCrown.com.

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