Friday, June 30, 2017

Ship Sticks Announces Partnership with Fairways for Freedom

(West Palm Beach, FL) - Ship Sticks, the world’s largest golf bag shipping company, announces a new partnership with Fairways for Freedom, a 501 (c) (3) Public Charity whose mission is to help combat-injured veterans assimilate back into society through holistic initiatives and the game of golf.

Fairways for Freedom conducts trips to Ireland, Scotland and other bucket-list destinations for combat-injured veterans. One of the goals is to connect leaders in the business community (Ambassador/Donors) with veterans on these golf trips. Business professionals serve as not only sponsors to the veterans, but also as mentors, and, in turn, learn what true sacrifice is all about. The great courses of Ireland and Scotland, for example, provide an exhilarating environment for building these relationships. In addition to golf, the veterans take part in therapeutic sessions, such as Yoga designed for those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Fairways for Freedom also conducts veterans-only retreats throughout the year, including to such destinations as Red Ledges Resort in Utah, Streamsong Resort in Florida and Sebonack Golf Club on Long Island.

“We are thrilled to partner with such a great program, which provides our country's veterans with unique opportunities,” said Ship Sticks Founder and President Nicholas Coleman. “We simply hope to add to their incredible experiences by simplifying the way they travel while playing some of the world’s best golf courses, and fostering relationships with those who share a love for their country and the game of golf.”

Said Fairways for Freedom Founder and Director Roger Schiffman: “We are delighted to forge this new relationship with Ship Sticks, whose stellar reputation for great service in a timely fashion is well-earned in the golf industry. Ship Sticks clearly understands the sacrifice our men and women in uniform have made and is doing its part to make life a little easier for these combat-injured veterans.”

For more information about Fairways for Freedom, visit For more information about Ship Sticks, visit

No comments: