Pro Image Sports has been at the forefront of the sports licensed industry for nearly 30 years, and they have never been stronger.
Wilcor wants to make the outdoors fun. The company has been operated by the Wilcor family since 1887, and is dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and distributing outdoor recreational products to independent retailers. These include campgrounds, resorts, small chains, independent shops, amusement parks, and wherever people go to have fun, according to VP of Marketing, Dennis Corrigan.
The sport of hunting is taking off, and Rex Distributor Inc. is ready with a huge variety of crossbows, bows and arrows, knives and sporting goods. With 25 years in the business, the company has its finger on the pulse of what customers want.
Station Bay Wholesale takes pride in offering attractive sports embroideries. The family owned company, which started selling sports-themed signs and tins, launched a line of framed sports embroideries in early 2010.
Licensed sports products are popular sellers among men, women and children of all ages. Patter’s Collectibles caters to this category with a constantly refreshed and expanding line of specialized sports collectibles, novelties and apparel.
DP & Company Inc. (DPCI) wholesales a wide selection of tools and tarps, airsoft guns, novelty tin signs, self defense items, knives and swords, sporting goods, tactical gear, toys and more. Doing business for more than 30 years, DPCI was founded by Dick Powers, and has been owned and operated by Dave Eddy since 2002.
Merling Sports, launched in 1999, is one of the largest wholesale distributors of licensed sports fan merchandise in the USA. Located in Cumberland, MD, Merling Sports is a one stop shop for sports fan merchandise, for all teams and all leagues, including NFL, MLB, NCAA, NBA and NHL.
Second Glance Resale Shop, owned by Tom and Melissa Jenkins, is one of the largest privately owned resale businesses in Detroit, MI. The company initially attracted customers as a consignment shop and soon found that some of its best consigners were also interested in liquidations, according to Tom Jenkins. In 2004 the company developed contracts […]
“Customer love this cool and interesting product,” says Ron Finch. “Everyone who sees it wants to know what it is, and where they can get one.”