It never ceases to amaze me the stories behind the custom designs I am approached for. None has touched my heard as much as The Seagull.
About a year ago, a gentleman by the name of Segal contacted me to make a new design for him. He was planning an outing with his brothers and wanted to surprise them with their very own Finding Nemo Seagull golf club cover. He and his brother’s even sent me a picture to thank me for making this annual event special.
Since then, I have gotten numerous requests for replication of this Seagull design. Most have been for little boys who love golf and Pixar movies. However, recently, I received one that touched my heart.
A woman who lost both her parents within weeks of each other contacted me. She had a lovely story about her father, who told her that he would visit her as a spirit in the form of a seagull. She had been searching for a seagull golf club cover since his passing. How relieved she was to find mine, now her father could be with her always.
What golf club cover have you always dreamed of having? Something silly or sentimental? Custom orders are always available, contact me and I will be happy to make arrangements.
If you live in the NY/NJ area, I have 2 events I would love to see you for.
The first is the Monmouth County Pancreatic Cancer walk benefiting the Lustgarten Foundation. The event is May 31st, 2015 at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. You can join Team Laurie Harris (named after my mom who died of the disease) or donate online here: http://2015monmouthwalk.kintera.org/teamlaurieharris
The second is the Laurie Harris Hope and Dreams 5k benefiting Project Purple. This race is August 8th, 2015 on Roosevelt Island, New York City. This race is sponsored by The New York Flyers, the running club my mom was proud to be a part of. You can join my team for the race or donate online here: https://www.crowdrise.com/RunforBodhi
Thanks to everyone who chooses to donate or join our team for the race. Feel free to share this post and these links to help battle this terrible disease.