We can now offer thousands of products that can all be designed for free online
Portland, OR (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
Chiplab.com launched May 7, 2013. The new online marketplace offers custom poker chips from the largest casino chip manufacturers in the U.S. The site is a reinvention of TheChipLab.com, which offered only one style of chip from a single vendor.
New vendors include Poker Depot, Palm Gaming, and Nevada Jacks. These new vendors vastly increase ChipLab’s product offering. “We can now offer thousands of one-of-a-kind products that can all be designed for free online,” said ChipLab’s founder Chase Schwatka. “These new alliances pair the strengths of the most trusted casino brands with ChipLab’s easy to use customization platform.” Chase continued, “That means the best casino chips can be tailored to individual customers and for uses like never before.”
Buying Custom Products
With ChipLab, customers can now upload their designs to an online design tool, adjust colors, add text, use pre-built artwork, receive an instant online price quote, and finally, see exactly what the chips will look like when printed—all with no telephone or in-person interactions required. The “old” way of ordering a custom product can be tedious and painfully slow. Customers face a long back-and-forth design process before they can even receive a price quote, and getting a custom product usually takes weeks. With ChipLab production begins immediately.
Beyond Custom Poker Chips
ChipLab not only sells custom poker chips, it sells chips as promotional coins. ChipLab provides Warrior Chips™ (ceramic challenge coins for the military and law enforcement), custom drink tokens, and wedding poker chips (think Save the Dates for a Vegas-style wedding).
ChipLab’s mission is to bring the highest quality casino products to retail consumers worldwide. Led by Chase, the ChipLab team has been reinventing the chip marketplace for over a year. Over 100 million Chipco Protech™ chips are being played with on gaming tables across the globe, and now, like never before, ChipLab.com can customize these chips. Combined with the Warrior Chip brand, ChipLab is on track to sell more than $2 million worth of custom chips to retail customers alone for 2013.
ChipLab has sold chips to Tim Duncan, Lebron James, Nike, and British Petroleum, just to name a few customers. Southwest Airlines regularly rewards their employees with "Safety Coins" from ChipLab. “Southwest Airlines (SWA) is proud of its Safety record, and we know that this record must be earned every day on every flight. We reward our Employees with for “doing the right thing". ChipLab chips are the best! We have purchased and given out thousands of these chips over the past few years,” said Edward Jonak, Safety Programs Manager at Southwest Airlines. U.S. Air Force Captain Nesta Garner recommends Warrior Chips as a cost-effective alternative to metal challenge coins. Erick Lindgren, 2005 World Poker Tour Player of the Year, states, "I have played with poker chips from all over the world. ChipLab’s chips are some of the finest."
Before starting Chiplab, Chase was a Missileer in the U.S. Air Force. He still works part time for the Air Force as a Reservist. ChipLab’s co-founder Dan Dickau is a retired NBA point guard who most recently played for the Golden State Warriors. Dan played for Gonzaga University, where he was named a first team All-American his senior year. Donny Campbell, who owns the Warrior Chip brand, is a decorated combat veteran that served two combat tours in Iraq.
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