Brigham City, UT: Storm Bowling Products today announced it has signed collegiate standout team Webber International University to represent Storm this collegiate season. Storm Bowling Products is excited to partner with Webber International to provide an opportunity to get the best bowling balls on the market into the hands of one of the best collegiate programs in the nation.
“Del Warren and Randy Stoughton are two of the most knowledgeable and respected coaches in our sport, and we are really excited to partner with Webber International,” says Steve Kloempken, Vice President of Marketing at Storm Bowling Products. “With their team of talented, young players and experienced assistance coaches, not to mention the cutting-edge resources at the Kegel Training Center, the sky’s the limit.”
“Everyone on the team is thrilled about all the possibilities of working with Storm and taking the Webber International Bowling Program to new levels of success,” says Del Warren, Vice President Kegel Training Center and Director of Bowling at Webber International University.
“Storm truly cares about the collegiate sector of bowling and we are so honored to have an amazing group of talented collegiate programs on our team this season,” says Diandra Asbaty, Storm Collegiate Manager.
The USBC collegiate season is set to start in January as it was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
About Storm Bowling Products: Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm, Roto Grip and Global Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.
About Webber International: Webber International University is a private, not-for-profit, independent university offering degrees at the associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s levels in a wide range of programs. Established in 1927 as one of the first business schools for women in the nation, Webber now hosts men and women from over 48 different nations.