Razor Pool has announced the launch of its long-awaited Bullseye Billiards instructional aid.
Razor Pool is donating $5 to the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) from the sale of each Bullseye Billiards sold.
With each purchase, not only will players improve their pool game, but they will also be helping to improve the future of the sport.
Since it’s official launch last month, the company has sold 65 units, equating in a $325 donation to the organization thus far.
“I feel it’s important to support the younger generation of pool players in order to grow the sport and give it the respect it deserves. Bullseye Billiards will hopefully lower the barrier to entry, as this sport can be very challenging. Kids playing Bullseye Billiards will get quality practice without them even realizing it,” said Jeremiah Gage, owner of Razor Pool and creator of Bullseye Billiards.
Gage intends to continue his fundraising efforts through the end of the year. To order your very own Bullseye Billiards, visit www.bullseyebilliards.net.
The Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) was formed in 1993 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity committed to promoting a lifelong love of pool and building the next generation of players through youth programs and academic scholarships. The BEF also produces the annual Junior National 9-Ball Championships and qualifies young players each year for the WPA World Junior Championships.
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