SAN DIEGO, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Tater Grip, starring Dodger slugger Adrian Gonzalez, hit Dodger Stadium this past month.
Tater Grips are a high performance baseball/softball bat grip that can be completely customized with team logos, pictures, stock designs, the only limit is the imagination. A patented shrink to fit process allows the grip to be easily design and installed. Made from proprietary durable rubber Tater Grips are manufactured in the USA and are built to last.
Tater Grip's new patented, proprietary technology, ultimately a slide and shrink-to-fit installation system, allows ball players to custom design a bat handle label which is then visible through the slide-on, clear rubber grip. Tater Grip comes packaged air-tight in a proprietary solvent which expands up to three times its normal size when exposed. When the grip is removed from the package simply slide the grip over the bat knob, and within a couple of hours, it forms and shrinks to the bat handle's size.
"My daughter hit a grand slam the first time she used Tater Grip," exclaimed one proud father while watching his daughter play in the Division I college softball tournament in Cathedral City. His comment came unsolicited to Craig Pollard, inventor of Tater Grip, who was at the tournament to cheer on two university softball teams with customized Tater Grips on their bats.
"We're very proud to have Adrian endorse our product and equally as proud to have Dodger Stadium supports this item and offer to all the Dodger fans in attendance," Craig Pollard, Tater Grip.
10 year MLB veteran Robert Fick and his brother Anthony from RBI Vortex handle the distribution for Tater Grip for Major League teams and amateur tournaments nationwide.
Contact: Craig Pollard
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