New Dugout Equipment Rack Helps Coaches Realize the Advantage of Organization.

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Next Inning, Inc. recently introduced a new collapsible power-coated aluminum-frame dugout equipment organizer to a market that is increasingly consumed by less durable fabric alternatives. The Dugout Manager offers several new attractive features to help little league teams recognize the important of organization.

There isn't a dugout equipment organizer on the market that can be setup or taken down quicker.

Next Inning, Inc. recently announced the release of a new and innovative dugout equipment organizer – the Dugout Manager.

In designing the Dugout Manager, Next Inning recognized that “there are several equipment racks on the market, but most are constructed of fabric, which make them tedious to setup and generally less suited for the abuse that heavy equipment can inflict on a product.” For this reason, the Dugout Manager is constructed of light-weight, yet durable aluminum, which is laser-cut and power-coated to provide years of durability. In addition, the Dugout Manager boasts that it can be setup or taken down in about three seconds. (See more at

Next Inning is bringing the Dugout Manager to market at a price that all teams can afford. Next Inning enjoys close working relationship with Topeka Metal Specialties, a local manufacturer and fabricator, that utilizes modern equipment to fabricate the product in a cost-efficient manner. (See, which includes link to a short video on the fabrication process)

In the near future, Next Inning plans to expand marketing efforts to include retail sporting good outlets so that consumers can see and actually feel (through an open side in the box) the quality of power-coated aluminum. It is anticipated that retailers will appreciate the fact that the product only consumes about as much shelf space as a baseball bat in its collapsed form.

Next Inning, through a close working relationship with Topeka Metal Specialties, is also working to expand the standard product color (silver) to include a selection of colors that will be offered to help foster a concept of team spirit.

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