The GloveWhisperer is in Georgia from July 10th thru the 13th to support our Regional Representative, John Knight and attend a weekend full of events at our new Partner Facility:
East Cobb Ball Park, 4417 Lee Waters Road, Marietta, GA 30066.
The GloveWhisperer will be performing free glove evaluations and selecting 15 Gloves each day of his visit for FREE OVER NIGHT CONDITIONING. Be sure to come out to the Park and join us us our tent as we celebrate Summer and Baseball in Georgia.
Halo Baseball Club, Likes the GloveWhisperer Process
Phil loves his glove. We showed it at the next game and we have two members one a Board member, lance Hoffman, Co-Founder of Mama Chia sending his glove to you and the other a former Board Member, Greg Lund, Manager of our 2015 55+ World Series team going on October 24-29th to Phoenix.
The word is getting out to our 60+ members. We posted your info on our Sponsors/Links external web page site for the public to see as well. We get a lot of traffic. We get many who want to sponsor and we very seldom endorse a company but we are endorsing your company.
Well done and thank you
Chairman & CEO
GloveWhisperer, Inc. HIRING Regional and State Sales/ Marketing Reps.:
Offerings $40K Base; $100K Plan 1st Year
GloveWhisperer, Inc. is a rapidly expanding highly respected Brand with a national and international customer base of over 50,000 satisfied players, coaches and parents. We are the leader in Glove Conditioning Services and a trusted adviser for our clients equipment needs.
We have immediate positions for Sales Representatives to cover our Southeast Regional markets: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and South Carolina. Louisiana, Tennessee, Mississippi. These are new position intended to help us expand our business in these markets and represent a huge opportunity, for those selected, to build a rewarding sales, marketing and management career with our fast growing company.
Visit our website at www.glovewhisperer.com.
To apply forward your resume to jobs@gloveWhisperer.com
IN THE NEWS:
May 22, 2015
We are proud to announce our new partnership with “All Star Ball Park Heaven” and “Field of Dreams Movie Site” 28995 Lansing Road, Dyersville, Iowa 52040. They are hosting the first of their regional tournaments this weekend (May 22, 2015 thru May 25, 2015) with more than 30 teams signed up to participate. GloveWhisperer is offering special shipping to all players, coaches and parents who participate this Memorial Day Weekend Tournament.
All-Star Ballpark Heaven is building a very special place that nurtures young baseball and softball athletes nationwide in a way no other tournament facility is envisioning. All-Star Ballpark Heaven’s mission is to be America’s premier venue for fun family memories surrounding seasonal baseball and softball tournaments. Year-round we will help each athlete reach his or her full potential on and off the field in the sports of baseball and softball through training facilities and elite staff dedicated to the advancement of each player. Our vision is to be America’s most sought-after tournament destination by families and coaches of youth baseball and softball athletes. Our tournament and training facilities are co-located on the famous land parcel where the “Field of Dreams” movie was filmed.
GloveWhisperer and All Star Ball Park Heaven are committed to delivering the best possible experience to each and every baseball and softball player along with their parents and coaches
PERFORMANCE + CONFIDENCE = SUCCESS
Best wishes to all teams and players for a fun and successful tournament this weekend.
From all of us at GloveWhisperer.
James A. Carson
President & CEO
Jan. 15-17: GloveWhisperer Inc. Attending '2015 Mohegan Sun World Baseball and Softball Coaches' Convention'
GREENWICH, Conn./EWORLDWIRE/Jan 8, 2015 --- Greenwich-based GloveWhisperer, Inc., the leading provider of glove conditioning and shaping services to baseball and softball players of all ages and abilities, will be attending the 2015 Mohegan Sun World Baseball & Softball Coaches' Convention at Mohegan Sun Casino and Convention Center, from January 15 through January 17, 2015.
Founded by Mason Jenkins, GloveWhisperer, a rapidly growing national brand, has also announced that Jim Carson has accepted the position of president and CEO. Carson will focus on developing new technologies that improve the overall customer experience, expand GloveWhisperer's national business, and bring GloveWhisperer proprietary techniques and patent pending technologies into international markets.
GloveWhisperer has more than 50,000 satisfied customers, from Maine to California. According to Jenkins, "Many GloveWhisperer clients have used our glove conditioning service for several gloves throughout their playing career and for multiple family and team members."
During the Coaches Convention, GloveWhisperer will be introducing "THE GloveWhisperer COMMUNITY," followed by a public launch on Feb. 1, 2015. THE GloveWhisperer COMMUNITY (http://www.GloveWhisperer.com) delivers a focused venue where baseball and softball players can:
- Share their experience
- Pick up tips and techniques for improved play and coaching
- Build team schedules,
- Track their individual and team schedules
- Update game results.
The purchase, shipping and payment of GloveWhisperer glove services and newly introduced GloveWhisperer approved training aids and accessory products are accessed through the GloveWhisperer Community page.
THE GloveWhisperer COMMUNITY is built on GloveWhisperer core values to provide services and products that offer the greatest opportunity for improvement in individual players and team play. GloveWhisperer is guided by the philosophy, "Performance + Confidence = Success."
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Softball Superstar Jennie Finch stops by to chat with Mason Jenkins "The Glove Whisperer" on one of her many trips to Diamond Nation, Located in Flemington, NJ.
Mason Jenkins has been performing his "secret" glove conditioning techniques for over 25 years and has elevated his craft to an art form.
Mason has used his "Glove Whispering" techniques on gloves belonging to all levels of players including many Major League Players and their kids.
Jennie Finch is just one of many elite athletes who have stopped by to chat with the "Glove Whisperer" and listen to his unique approach to glove care and conditioning.
Jenkins hits his stride with gloves
Mason Jenkins of Greenwich has a way with baseball gloves.
The career salesman said orders have gone up 40 percent from people wanting him to reshape their used gloves through his proprietary Accelerated Glove Conditioning technique since showing results to the World Baseball Softball Coaches Clinic at Mohegan Sun in late January.
“That changed everything,” said Jenkins, 56, who has been reshaping kid’s baseball gloves since 2007, when he did it for his daughter’s softball team. “It’s a process that creates flexibility to create playability without using heat, oil or harmful chemicals.”
Jenkins said he also has been receiving orders to condition new gloves.
“Ninety percent of my business is through the mail,” said Jenkins, who has a workshop in the basement of his home. “This has really become true entrepreneurship.”
The conditioning of new gloves with a three-day turnaround — not including delivery time — pricing starts at $30 for new fields gloves and $20 for older gloves reconditioned and shaped. See the website for current pricing.
Jenkins said he hopes to gain clients in professional baseball, having shown reconditioned gloves to Willie Upshaw, manager of the Bridgeport Bluefish.
“I showed him and he said it was really open,” said Jenkins of Upshaw’s assessment.
Mason said he has had difficulty making contact with Major League Baseball teams concerning his technique, but he is convinced of its effectiveness on the baseball diamond.
“If I could get the opportunity, absolutely,” he said. “Once I show them a conditioned glove, nothing else needs to be said.”
Until then, the target audience is players from ages 5 to 15, Jenkins said.
“My only agenda is to bring joy to these kids,” he said.
Although most of his clients come by word of mouth, a new Web site for Accelerated Glove Conditioning is in the works with pointers on buying the right glove, taking care of a glove and other information, said Jenkins, who conditioned his first glove decades ago as a college player when he lost his regular mitt before a game.
“The Web site does help,” he said.
Having an open glove is crucial in fielding the ball and, for pitchers, having sufficient room to prevent “tipping” pitches to hitters, said Mike Porzio, owner of The Clubhouse in Fairfield, who used to play for the Colorado Rockies.
“A proper pocket does make a big difference,” he said.
Jenkins’ business is the type of operation that will most likely get most of its clients through its Web site, said Mary Ann Morrison, president and chief executive officer of the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce.
“That kind of business is not going to thrive with a brick-and-mortar storefront,” she said. “It seems to me that there could be a definite market for this.”