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  • Golf balls get their own site at Rock Bottom Golf

    RockbottomGolf.com spins out RockbottomGolfballs.com in a bid for more sales, the ability to support free shipping and higher search engine rankings.

    Posted 07/20/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    RockbottomGolf.com spins out RockbottomGolfballs.com in a bid for more sales, the ability to support free shipping and higher search engine rankings.
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    CustomInk.com Launches New Line of Golf Apparel and Products

    Retailer Adds Several New Customizable Items Including Balls, Tees, Windshirts, Caps and More MCLEAN, Va.--April 25, 2006--CustomInk.com, an online service for creating custom decorated products for groups and events, has just expanded its portfolio of golf products to include golf balls, tees, golf shirts, windshirts, towels, umbrellas, caps and more. The site, www.CustomInk.com, provides planners a single website where they can create all of...

    Posted 04/28/2006

    Retailer Adds Several New Customizable Items Including Balls, Tees, Windshirts, Caps and More MCLEAN, Va.--April 25, 2006--CustomInk.com, an online service for creating custom decorated products for groups and events, has just expanded its portfolio of golf products to include golf balls, tees,…
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    Golfballs.com announces ending figures

    Showing no signs of stopping, Golfballs.com Chief Executive Officer Tom Cox recently announced a 24 percent increase in sales for the year ending December 2003. "December was our largest month in history, at over a half million dollars," said Cox. December saw the company working 24/7 to keep up with the gift-giving season. A tremendous number of customers were not only buying the merchandise, but personalizing it as well, thanks to Golfballs.com...

    Posted 03/24/2004

    Showing no signs of stopping, Golfballs.com Chief Executive Officer Tom Cox recently announced a 24 percent increase in sales for the year ending December 2003. "December was our largest month in history, at over a half million dollars," said Cox. December saw the company working 24/7 to keep up…

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