WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., July 27, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ship Sticks, a growing golf bag shipping company, announces today they have been named preferred vendor and shipping partner to Erin Hills Golf Course in Erin, Wisc., site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur and 2017 U.S. Open. Ship Sticks has created a co-branded, micro-site to provide Erin Hills’ golfers an easy and affordable golf-bag-shipping solution.
“Many of our guests travel extensively, and Ship Sticks provides an added convenience for busy golfers,” said Jim Lombardo Head Golf Professional at Erin Hills.
“The co-branded shipping site is a win-win for Erin Hills and its guests as we bear the responsibility of shipping a golfer’s clubs on-time and at a reasonable price with a guarantee,” says Nicholas Coleman, CEO, Ship Sticks. “We are excited to be a preferred vendor and partner to a spectacular course that truly provides a one-of-a-kind experience.”
Ship Sticks offers select partners complimentary micro-sites that allow any golf facility to add an affordable, white glove delivery service, risk free, while implementing customer service responsibility for shipping golfers’ clubs to and from the facility on-time and within budget. The Erin Hills and Ship Sticks micro-site (https://erinhills.shipsticks.com) provides an easy shipping tool to Erin Hills’ guests.
About Ship Sticks
Ship Sticks is a white glove, golf bag shipping company that provides door-to-door services for shipping golf clubs. Avoid long lines and extra baggage fees at airports by sending luggage ahead of time. Ship Sticks makes traveling more enjoyable and easier by allowing you to ship golf clubs to your final destination with its easy-to-use website. Ship Sticks is a safe, secure, reliable and cost-efficient solution for seamless pickup and delivery of golf clubs. The company’s up-to-date database of more than 15,000 golf facilities nationwide makes creating shipments on behalf of members and guests easy. For more information, please visit www.shipsticks.com.
About Erin Hills
Erin Hills, site of the 2017 U.S. Open, is a championship course laid out over the crumpled topography of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine region that required little earth to be moved in the construction of the course. It is one of only six public-access courses ever to be awarded the U.S. Open. It also hosted the 2011 U.S. Amateur and 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship. Onsite lodging and fine dining are also available. For more information on Erin Hills, please visit www.erinhills.com