SCNS Sports Foods is expanding distribution in Western and Atlantic Canada through a new agreement with Golf Master Canada.
This month SCNS Sports Foods celebrates a milestone. It was 10-years ago, SCNS was established.
SCNS Sports Foods has once again become a Tournament Supplier of Nextgengolf. We will supply amateur players with 1st Tee and 10 Tee Plus+ bars at Nextgengolf events throughout the U.S.
This year’s 2017 PGA Merchandise Show was especially thrilling for SCNS Sports Foods. The show gives us the opportunity for face-time with clients; we see the majority of them just once a year. The SCNS sales team took several season-opening orders and we even picked-up some new accounts! pictured: The SCNS Sports Foods crew with Scott Langley (3rd from RIGHT) and members of The New England PGA. SCNS had two BIG things to launch at the.
PGA Tour professional Scott Langley will be appear in the SCNS Sports Foods booth at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. SCNS Sports Foods signed as a sponsor of Scott in 2016. Meet him on Thursday, January 26, 2017, booth #2215, during the hours of 1:30pm to 3:00pm. Langley, a 27-year-old University of Illinois graduate said, “I have been eating the 1st Tee and 10th Tee bars for quite a while now..
Once again, SCNS Sports Foods will be an exhibitor at the PGA Merchandise Show, January 25th through 27th in Orlando, Florida. It’s the ideal forum for anyone who is looking for a new career, new products and the newest trends in golf!
SCNS Sports Foods, announces the new 1st Tee Plus+ and 10th Tee Plus+ Bars. The new “Plus+” bars will replace the original four 1st Tee and 10th Tee Golf Energy Bars which have been on the market since 2001. “The best bar on the market just got better,” said Bill Stewart, Chief Operating Officer at SCNS. “We improved our product to make it healthier while still offering consumers the great taste our bars are.
There’s a big debate as to the health risks of a diet with high levels of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). It is made from corn starch and is somewhat similar to granulated table sugar. Advantages are, it is easier to handle and less expensive. You’ll find HFCS in most everything that is sweetened; simply check the label.
SCNS Sports Foods was a popular booth during the Golf Expo portion of the 33rd Annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur last week in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Over 3,000 golfers competed in the world’s largest amateur golf tournament over four days along the Grand Strand, and many of them stopped by the SCNS booth during the nightly Golf Expo, which was part of the World’s Largest 19th Hole at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
SCNS Sports Foods, is an exhibitor at the 33rd Annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Aug. 29-Sept. 1 in Myrtle Beach, SC.