Abingdon, VA (PRWEB) January 24, 2008
It's hard to tell by looking at their war-inspired business, but Dan Levesque and Stephanie Page are two of the friendliest owner-operators you'll ever encounter. The two started a paintball gun business called ChoicePaintballGuns.com, an entrepreneurial endeavor that allows them to find like-minded individuals and arm them to the teeth with the latest and most authentic paintball arsenals in the modern world.
Thus far, the two have been receiving rave reviews in their website's testimonials section. Veteran paintballers from all over the country are flocking to the site because of its ease of navigability and its unparalleled attention to customer support. Understandably so--the weapons offered on the site look so true-to-life they make any other gun look like a cheap Super Soaker. They are so realistic in appearance that law enforcement and military personnel actually train with them.
The site boasts that a customer's paintball opponents will be so afraid of the awesome power of their guns, they will only be able to shoot them in the back as they retreat. ChoicePaintballGuns.com will soon be linked to ChoicePaintballSupplies.com, a sister site that focuses on paintball competition accessories. The owning duo are on pace to claim a large portion of the market by equipping enthusiasts with more than just rifles and pistols, but with all the other gear they'll ever need as well. Not only do they cater to paintball professionals, but the site does a great job of making sure to include greenhorns into the mix as well. Because they run the gamut of individuals who engage in the sport, they've made themselves available for customer service an astonishing thirteen hours per day, six days a week--a feat that remains unmatched in their field.
In a market that's seeing increased sales and a greater subscription to the sport, Dan and Stephanie's company is steadily gaining ground in the battle for paintball supremacy. For beginners who emerge from the trenches looking like they're wearing the Technicolor Dreamcoat or hardened veterans who remain hidden in the trees even after the last enemy soldier drops, ChoicePaintballGuns.com will surely be a site to keep in the scopes for 2008.
Contact: Dan Levesque
dlevesque @ eastvalley-powerclub.com