Blue Springs, Missouri (PRWEB) May 05, 2012
Web entrepreneur Keith Pugh is pleased to debut his online fan gear shop, http://www.TeamSportsBlankets.com. Customers are invited to browse the new site for incredible deals on NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and NCAA theme blankets, towels and more.
“I have always loved sports and I knew that when I opened my own business it would be centered around sports at all levels from the NFL to the NCAA,” said Pugh.
At TeamSportsBlankets.com fans of professional and collegiate sports can purchase soft, durable, machine washable, 100 percent polyester blankets emblazoned with their favorite team’s name and logo. Snuggle up on the couch under a blanket while watching a big game or take it with you to an outdoor arena. Having a NFL blanket or MLB blanket can help keep a spectator warm during cold late fall/early winter games.
Pugh, a disabled veteran of the U.S. Army 101st Airborne Division, honors all military members and supporters by carrying blankets and comfy throws with sleeves emblazoned with the logos of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. TeamSportsBlankets.com also boasts an array of John Deere blankets and youth sleeping bags. Classic Harley-Davidson designs grace the fronts of plush blankets.
“I’m always looking to expand my inventory,” said Pugh. “I do research into new suppliers frequently to make sure I am keeping up with customer demand.”
Customer service is of the utmost importance at TeamSportsBlankets.com. Each piece of licensed fan gear has been chosen based on quality and affordability. Orders are filled and shipped promptly in keeping with the company’s commitment to complete customer satisfaction. Feedback is always welcome and responded to in a timely manner.
In addition to maintaining the website, Pugh regularly posts on the blog, http://www.TeamSportsBlanketsBlog.com. Their customers can read summaries an analysis of major sporting events and offer their own insights in the comments section.
About the Company:
TeamSportsBlankets.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur Keith Pugh.