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Custom Promotional Frisbees

Imprinted Frisbees
for your next Company Picnic

Custom Promotional Frisbees

Quantity 300 Minimum
Price .79 each plus $30.00 setup fee

ITEM #: SM-7435
Summary: Florida Flyer - Flying Disc, 9 1/4" In Diameter.
Description: Flying Disc, 9 1/4" In Diameter.
Size(s): 9 1/4" dia.
Colors: White, Gray Granite, Yellow, Blue, Red, Neon Green, Transparent Royal Blue, Transparent Springtime Green, Transparent Purple, Transparent Fire Red
Minimum Production Time: 3 day(s)
ADD $0.12 per Frisbee
Standard Production Time
: 8 day(s)

Promotional Frisbees are a great promotional item for your whole corporate family,
right down to the kids. Get your imprinted Frisbees at Gary Austin Advertising.
How about a Frisbee with your Wedding Date on it. That's right a
Personalized Wedding Favor Frisbee !

Custom economy frisbees that are 9" rather than 9.25" but they're cheaper.
We're not sure how long the sale will last.

Quantity 300 Minimum
Price .74 each plus $30.00 setup fee

Summary: Economy Flying Disc, 9" Diameter.
Colors: yellow, white, purple, neon pink, neon green, neon orange, translucent cherry, and blueberry

Here's a brief history for the game of Ultimate Frisbee.

In 1967 Joel Silver introduced his idea of Ultimate Frisbee to the Columbia High School student council in Maplewood New Jersey, USA. The next year, the first game was played between two groups of students. They used a Wham-O Master disc.

In 1969 a team had been formed at the school and they played in a parking lot. The only lines that existed were the goal lines, usually marked by the piles of the players' coats.

The first and second set of rules were written in 1970 by Joel Silver, Buzzy Hellring and Jon Hines. On Nov 7th, CHS played the first interscholastic game. They won over Millburn High School by a score of 43 to 10.

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