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Hey guys, Tennessee fan here, I've recently created Fiberglass Cornhole Boards (yes Fiberglass, approved by the CPA). I've made a set a Garnet USC Boards and the buyer fell through, if anyone is interested please e-mail or inbox me (e-mail is - email@example.com ) . I've attached a picture of the set, the playing surface and the boards in general have been approved by the CPA and I promise you they will be the best Corn Hole boards you've ever played on.
Approved by the CPA so what is that - Cornhole Players Association?
This post was edited by johnhunt 2 years ago
Yes sir that is correct. Corhole Players Association. We are JerDash. The latest Vendor to be approved by the CPA.
We are actually making 20 sets for a big CPA tournament that will be held in NC in April.
Mods/Viewers...any chance I can get this thread moved to the main USC board?
Evidently the price is outrageous, otherwise he'd have told us up front.
The price of the boards are $325
each? a pair? does that include the gamecock logo or is there an additional charge
$325 a set (2 boards). We can't put any NCAA logos on the boards and sell them, it's illegal to do that without paying the NCAA a slightly large amount of money, we just haven't reached that point yet.
$325??? I made mine for $90 total.
This post was edited by HellRooster4 2 years ago
"You’re either a block-gobbler, a farmer, or you’re a damn hunter and playmaker."
The last two posts I can't read because you guys selected VIP...
First guy said: "325? I made mine for $90 total." He attached a picture
Second guy said: "...and they have the distinctive block C"
This post was edited by joetheogre 2 years ago
Can you leave yours outside, without any damage what so ever (not trying to be an ass, so I apologize for that comment, just trying to make a simple point)
These are 100% Fiberglass. No wood, no nails, no screws. Perfect playing surface that will stay the same for 2 years or 20 years. Weatherproof, yes, rain, sun, snow you name it.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by rodbeazy 2 years ago
No, not at all I understand the concern with damage. I covered mine with a few layers of semi-gloss, so they are resistant to just about anything. I take good care of my things, so I wouldn't leave boards out in the rain anyway, even if they were fiberglass. Playing cornhole in the rain is pretty much impossible anyway because the bags don't slide. Plus I don't know many people who stand out in the rain playing cornhole.
Not ripping your stuff, but $325 is absurd. Why do they cost that much?
Let me get this straight...throwing a bean bag through a hole in a board is actually a game people play. What ever happened to lawn darts? That's a freaking yard game. Put an element of possible bodily harm into it.
We've set it at $325 right now, because the process of making them cost more than we actually expected it too, we are actually working on a new process right now that will cut cost in 1/2 100%. I've preached and preached to my father and brother that $300 is just WAY too much money...
$300 isn't an impulse buy, it's a decision you sit and think about making...I'm in the process of cutting the cost big time, so that we can actually sell them for roughly $125-150 (like normal wood corn hole boards).
This has taken months and months to figure out how to actually make them and we finally figured it out, just like any business we've had to figure out how to cut cost and we are extremely close to doing that, it just takes time, I'm sure you understand and so does everyone else.
I'm glad you mentioned that "$325 is absurd" because, believe it or not, I agree with you 100%
I play corn hole and I play quite often and my biggest problem is having to drag these boards (wood) out every single time I want to play and it just gets annoying to a certain point, so we came up with the idea, what if we could make these boards to where we could just leave them outside and not have to worry about the playing surface ever changing and we did.
yes it is and it's really fun.
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