Introduction of our new Blind Hunting Stools

by | Nov 9, 2012

Written by Daniel

Daniel is the VP and one of the owners at TravelChair. Daniel is primarily responsible for our Sales & Marketing departments.
Published November 9, 2012

Gig Harbor, WA – November 9, 2012 – TravelChair Company, leader in quality built folded camp goods (camp chairs, camp tables, zero gravity lounge chairs and camping stools), expands its appeal from hot soccer moms and technically layered, garment touting camping dads to Hunters, AKA Bubba, with the introduction of our new Blind Hunting Stools.

With two models to choose from, these feature rich Blind Hunting stools rival the comfort and compactness of other camping chairs and stools on the market.

[twocol_one]Wingshooter – 1389DSG

Wingshooter - 1389DSG

  • Adjustable Seat Height; 3 heights from 18″ to 22″
  • Folds up to the size of a Saturday morning paper
  • Stable Duck feet

MSPR – $25

[/twocol_one][twocol_one_last]Ultimate Wingshooter – 1489DSG

Ultimate Wingshooter - 1489DSG

  • Adjustable Seat Height; 3 heights, from 18″ to 22″
  • Backrest
  • Grab and go strap for easy packing

MSRP – $35[/twocol_one_last]
Larry Peterson, head of Product Development and an urban outdoorsman with an understanding of all things “Bubba” describes the stools as “strong, stable and able to squeeze in the tightest of spaces. They’re designed to be fast, functional and packed full of features. We’ve adapted the benefits of our most popular, ultra portable TravelChairs to the needs of wingshooters with Mossy Oak Duck Blind fabric and features designed specifically for shooting.”

The Blind Stools incorporate the building blocks of Travel Chair’s core design philosophy that places a premium on functionality, ergonomics and durability. Deceptively simple in appearance, all TravelChair products are infused with best of breed materials and production techniques honed since the company created the category in 1984.

The Blind Hunting Stools are the newest prong in TravelChair’s calculated strategy to expand operations and help specialty retailers compete. “We’ve got to be smart about what we do from the competition’s standpoint because the only thing that will keep our brand and our dealers healthy is to continue to lead the marketplace with real life functionality in product and expansion into untapped and underserved sales channels,” said Daniel Roso TravelChair VP of Sales and Marketing. “To that end, we’re coming out ahead and utilizing a duck down approach when it comes to taking on the lesser chair manufactures ”

For well over a quarter century, TravelChair has been committed to building “the best camp chair you’ve ever owned.” Quality design, better materials and attention to detail result in strong, stable and durable camp chairs, tables and stools that have earned the company the reputation for hype-free authenticity, pride in craftsmanship and market leadership.

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