Japan's Most Recognized Icon Brings Good Fortune, Prosperity, Self-Esteem (and a little luck) to the Fairway.Global Tour Golf and Lucky Kat(TM) Team Up to Introduce the International Ambassador for Golf
LOS ANGELES Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. , Aug. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- As long as there has been golf, golfers (men, women and children) have been trying to improve their game in any way possible. The biggest problem seems to be a golfer's mental state when playing the game. Now the golfing world has a new aid and finally a universal ambassador symbolizing sym·bol·ize
v. sym·bol·ized, sym·bol·iz·ing, sym·bol·iz·es
1. To serve as a symbol of: the need to "BELIEVE." This exclusive new line of inspirational in·spi·ra·tion·al
1. Of or relating to inspiration.
2. Providing or intended to convey inspiration.
3. Resulting from inspiration. headcovers featuring the legendary Maneki Neko
The Asian legend of Maneki Neko is over 300 years old, dating back to 17th century Japan. Maneki Neko has brought GOOD FORTUNE and PROSPERITY to millions of people over the centuries. That same good luck and enhanced self-esteem will soon be available at the nearest pro shop.
Centuries ago a poor priest told his cat he had barely enough food to provide for both of them and asked for help. The cat walked outside and began cleaning himself. The rain was falling hard, forcing a wealthy traveler to seek shelter under a large tree. The traveler saw the cat cleaning himself in front of the temple and believed the cat to be beckoning him into the temple. As the traveler approached a bolt of lighting struck the tree where the man had been standing. The tree fell and if the traveler had remained, he too would have perished.
Crediting the beckoning cat for saving his life, the man brought riches to the temple, restoring it to grandeur.
Maneki Neko remains the most recognized symbol of GOOD FORTUNE and PROSPERITY in the world and is revered as the luckiest of charms. Statues of this lucky cat can be found in millions of homes, offices, restaurants and markets throughout the world. Now the modern day Maneki Neko, Sam and Lucky Kat will be the essential self-esteem accessory accessory, in criminal law, a person who, though not present at the commission of a crime, becomes a participator in the crime either before or after the fact of commission. in each golfer's bag as they travel 18 holes "BELIEVING" in themselves.
The Lucky Kat "luckiest" line of head covers, will be found at pro shops or at the Global Tour Golf website, http://www.ggolf.com/.
"Who wouldn't want to bring good fortune and prosperity to their game?" asks Global Tour Golf's Patrick Coughlin. "Golf involves honesty, integrity and sometimes "good fortune," but believing in yourself is vital for success. Backed by 300 years of tradition, honor and unwavering belief in this lucky charm, it is a natural progression that Lucky Kat, the chosen descendent of Maneki Neko, becomes the International Ambassador for Golf. The need to believe which the Lucky Kat headcover line symbolizes, will surely improve a golfer's mental aspect to the game, including his confidence and self-esteem, and will positively become the next great piece of accessory added to the golf bag worldwide."
"When a person looks at any one of the Lucky Kat headcovers they will immediately say to themselves "Believe." What a positive thought to have before your next shot!" added co-creator, Robert Triplett.
Lucky Kat characters, including their likenesses are protected by copyright and trademark. Global Tour Golf (ggolf.com) is a leading wholesaler of golf products.
Contact: Art Greene 702-807-6045 Art@VerticalMediaLV.com
CONTACT: Art Greene of Vertical Media, +1-702-807-6045, Art@VerticalMediaLV.com, for Global Tour Golf and Lucky Kats
Web site: http://www.ggolf.com/