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Sports Equipment Manager
- An equipment manager (also known as a kit man or kit manager) is a person who is in charge of a sports team's equipment. In professional and Collegiate sports this is usually a full-time job.
- An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment
- (sport) wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat"
- A source of amusement or entertainment
- (sport) frolic: play boisterously; "The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
- Entertainment; fun
- (sport) an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
The Dugout Manager is a collapsible and compact equipment organizer that is designed to eliminate dugout clutter without the tedious and timeconsuming setup and takedown process required with most dugout organizers. It is constructed of durable yet light-weight alumunum and protected with a power-coat paint for years of use. When it is hung on the fence, the Dugout Manager is 36 inches wide and 54-Inch from top to bottom. The tiers are 14-Inche apart, allowing plenty of hanging space between each tier for helmets (with or without safety masks). When the game is over and it's time to clear the dugout for the next team, the rack collapses down to about the size of a bat (a 36-Inch bat), and therefore it is easily stored in most equipement bags. If your team's helmets don't have masks or padding across the back (to grip the hook), the helmets can be hung from the ear holes for dependable performance.
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On this jug it says J.C. Higgins, and only sold at Sears Roebuck & Co.
J.C. Higgins: 1908-1964
Many people ask if there was a real "J.C. Higgins" who worked for Sears. There certainly was. John Higgins began working for Sears in 1898 as the manager of the headquarters' office bookkeepers and retired as company comptroller in 1930.
"John Higgins" the employee became "J.C. Higgins" the brand name during a discussion in 1908 among Sears' executives of possible names for a new line of sporting goods. At this point, the story gets a bit murky, but Higgins' name was suggested and John Higgins consented to Sears use his name. Since he did not have a middle initial, Sears added the "C."
In 1908, the Western Sporting Goods Company in Chicago began putting J.C. Higgins on baseballs and baseball gloves sold in Sears catalogs. By 1910, the J.C. Higgins trademark was extended to cover footballs and basketballs. Later, the popularity of the Higgins brand—combined with the wider participation of American youth in sports—led Sears to place tennis equipment, soccer balls, volleyballs, boxing equipment and baseball uniforms in the J.C. Higgins line.
By the 1940s, J.C. Higgins represented all Sears fishing, boating and camping equipment. After the Second World War, Sears consolidated all sporting goods under the J.C. Higgins brand name and added it to a line of luggage.
The J.C. Higgins brand disappeared shortly after Sears introduced the Ted Williams brand of sporting and recreation goods in 1961.
Taylor Sterk, a football equipment manager from Atlanta, Ga., and recent masters graduate in sports studies, hangs game pants with jerseys Thursday in the equipment room. The team starts its season Saturday at Southeast Missouri State University and will head out at 10 a.m. Sterk and the rest of the staff will pack an 18-foot long truck with all the gear the night before. Though there are nine personnel on staff, five to six will travel with the team and manage everything from helmets and shoulder pads to extra hardware and strength trainers’ equipment. Sterk said he adjusts his gear based on the weather and because the temperature is expected to be in the triple digits Saturday, Sterk will pack fans and a generator for the locker room. Sterk has worked in the equipment room for the last six years, but must move on in January. “It’s about passion and working with different athletes,” Sterk said. “And feeling as if you're part of the team.” - Steve Matzker | Daily Egyptian
sports equipment manager
Schutt Football Sideline Kit Equipment Manager Features: This is the ultimate kit for any coach or equipment manager, you never have to worry about looking for the proper component or replacement part with this. Offered in both Varsity Air and Youth Air kits. Sizes: Varsity Kit (1 1/2 items) Youth Kit (1 items) Includes: (12) ARMORGUARD ELITE Loop Straps (12) POLYARMOR Loop Straps (12) plastic chin strap buckles (1) helmet inflator pump w/needle (100) Stainless Steel snap screws (100) S.S. Medium T-Nuts (3/8 ) (100) S.S. Short T-Nuts (1/8 ) (100) S.S. faceguard screws (100) black shoulder pad acc. screws (1 yard) 1 female loop tape (12) 1 1/2 or 1 T-Hooks (4) 1 1/2 or 1 shoulder pad straps (20 long) (1) T-Nut wrench (1 pair) pliers (1) standard head screwdriver (1) Phillips head screwdriver (1) helmet measuring tape (1 bottle) glycerin (12) shoulder pad laces (12) barrel lace locks (12) 1 1/2 or 1 key hole slides Due to color differences in monitors, the colors on this site are for reference only. Please contact Epic Sports if you have any color questions.
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