The American Baseball Coaches Association announced on Tuesday that Terryberry is now the Official Championship Ring of the ABCA. Along with the partnership, all ABCA members will receive a 5% discount from Terryberry.
Founded in 1918, Terryberry is a family-owned manufacturer of high-quality recognition jewelry. With over 25,000 customers of all sizes, Terryberry has worked with a full spectrum of teams and organizations, designing and handcrafting custom awards.
"We are very excited about the partnership between Terryberry and the ABCA," said ABCA Executive Director Craig Keilitz. "Terryberry is a top manufacturer of championship rings and awards and we are confident that our members will get a great value along with great customer service."
Each of Terryberry's championship award rings is unique, showcasing the team's logo, name and achievements. Rings are backed by a lifetime guarantee that covers any workmanship-related failure.
ABCA members will now receive a 5% discount on orders of 15 or more championship rings from Terryberry. When ordering, coaches may simply state they are an ABCA member and the Terryberry representative will verify the membership with the ABCA.
"Terryberry's success is built on hard work and dedication to our craft," said Mike Byam, Managing Partner of Terryberry. "We are excited to partner with the ABCA as the organization fosters those same attributes with its members. The ability to provide rings to celebrate the accomplishments of the ABCA members and their teams is an exciting piece of this partnership."
Members may visit Terryberry in booth No. 376 during the 2016 ABCA Trade Show in Nashville and can find full information at ChampionshipAwardRings.com. Many schools led by ABCA member-coaches, including Briar Cliff, Bucknell, Campbellsville, Felician, Lewis-Clark State, Mercyhurst, Northwestern Ohio, Ramapo, San Jacinto, Seton Hill, Wesleyan, are among current Terryberry customers.
The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its members represent all 50 states and 23 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association membership has broadened to include eight divisions: NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA, Junior College (NJCAA and Pacific Association Division), High School and Youth.