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Danny Park Joins Offenburg Comin at Ya for 2013 Millennium Series

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

The German DYE Factory Team, Offenburg Comin at Ya, have picked up DANNY PARK of the Los Angeles Ironmen for the 2013 Millennium Series!

“I’m very excited to play with Comin at Ya this year. I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to help this team achieve its goal of earning a spot in the CPL for the 2014 season. It’s an honor to play with a professionally run organization, with support from the best paintball company in the world, Dye.” – Danny Park

The Mediterranean Cup Event #1 of the 2013 Millennium Series will be held at Puget-Sur-Argens, France April 12-14.

www.millennium-series.com

2013 PSP Dallas Open – Prelims Recap & Photo Gallery

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

The dust has cleared and four DYE teams have survived round one of the 2013 PSP Dallas Open.  Making the Sunday Club at this event are:

*PRO – Los Angels Ironmen

*PRO – Tampa Bay Damage

*D1 – Royalty (San Jose)

*D1 – Wolfpack (New Jersey)

A big congrats goes out to CEP who made a statement at this event finishing the prelims 2-2, their best pro finish to date!  TonTon also proved themselves worthy of the Champions division, just barely missing a 3-1 finish with an overtime match against Infamous.  They would finish 2-2 and secure a top 10 spot.

Check out www.PaintballAccess.com to watch all of the Sunday games LIVE and FREE.

Be sure to follow us on instagram @DYEPaintball, Twitter @DyePrecisionInc, Vine @DYEPaintball, & Facebook.com/DYEPaintball for exclusive updates and pics all day long.

Here are some photos from Friday/Saturday of the Dallas Open shot by Dye’s own Luis Salcedo -

DYE PRECISION NOW AN OFFICIAL PAINT SPONSOR OF THE PSP

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

PRESS RELEASE: 

DYE PRECISION NOW AN OFFICIAL PAINT SPONSOR OF THE PSP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

San Diego, California (February 22nd 2013)- DYE is excited to announce they have become an official paintball sponsor for the 2013 PSP Season.  All of DYE’s flagship teams will be shooting DYE Competition Grade (CG) Paintballs this year, including (but not limited to) the Los Angeles Ironmen, Tampa Bay Damage, and Toulouse TonTons.

DYE CG was introduced to the competitive paintball scene last year in the 2012 Millennium Series.  The resulting praise for it’s elevated level of performance created an overwhelming demand for the product, the high demand was at such a level DYE felt compelled to enter the US market by supporting the most competitive league in professional paintball, the PSP.

CG’s Dyetanium dark navy shell provides optimal shape and roundness with unmatched consistency from ball to ball. The DYE CG fill contains a proprietary high-visibility mixture, providing definitive marking ability. DYE’s custom engineered shell creates a perfect balance of allowing the user to see the paint in flight, but not easily reveal your position to opponents. CG’s vibrant yellow fill has an unmistakable marking ability, which is of utmost importance during competition.

Meticulously engineered and quality controlled to exact tolerances, the new DYE CG Paintballs define professional level accuracy.

 

Teams interested in shooting DYE Paint at the PSP should contact:

Dye Paintball / Dave Pando

10637 Scripps Summit Ct.

San Diego, CA 92131

www.dyepaintball.com

P (858)536-5183 ext. 250

E-Mail: Paint@DyePrecision.com

Marcello Margott Clinic at Total Combat Paintball – Photos and More!

Monday, February 18th, 2013

February 9th, 2013 marked the first official Marcello Margott Clinic at one of Southern California’s finest paintball parks, Total Combat Paintball (TCP) in Chula Vista, California.  Here’s what Marcello of the Los Angeles Ironmen had to say after the event:

“Well, its safe to say my first clinic of the year was a success. Had the chance to meet some amazing field owners that in my opinion, are exactly what this sport needs if we want to grow. Diana J Ocampo and her business partner Julio at Total Combat Paintball are true ambassadors of our sport. Their mission is to generate as much new interest in paintball as possible and I fully support them and their field. It was a pleasure working with people who truly care about the growth of paintball as a community as much as I do. I can’t wait to play there again.

The morning started with greetings and small talk while we all geared up. All the kids seemed very excited, and very happy to be there playing paintball, I always love that. It’s amazing to see all of this talent around the globe, visualizing what could one day emerge from the raw talent of some of my students.

One of the kids was 12 years old, his name was Andrew and I can’t say enough about him. He reminded me of myself when I was 12, totally submerged into the sport of paintball and its fascinating journeys during those moments on the battle field. He was fearless and always wanted to be the first to go in any of my drill exercises. Another kid was recovering from a knee surgery to have a unexpected tumor removed. His enthusiasm and dedication kept a smile on my face all day as he put in the maximum amount of effort in each and every lesson. I don’t want to leave anyone out, because all of the kids were more than awesome, but these two really stood out.

After going through a series of drills, exercises, and situational lessons I had a chance to play some points with everyone for fun to finish out the day. We all just mixed in and played games street ball style. I had a blast, it was definitely one of my more memorable clinics just due to the fact that I was surrounded by such good people. I look forward to working with TCP and playing at their field in the future.” – Marcello Margott #33

Marcello fans can find him on Instagram @MarcelloMargott and on Facebook.com/MarcelloMargott

LA Ironmen fans should follow @TEAMIronmen on Instagram and check out Facebook.com/LosAngelesIronmen

For more info on Total Combat Paintball visit www.TotalCombatPaintball.com & Like them on Facebook.com/TotalCombatPaintball

Ironmen Rotor Contest Winner 2.6.13

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Congrats Todd Warren on winning a brand new Dye Rotor!

For those of you who don’t know, the LA Ironmen take discipline very seriously.  If you’re late to practice, get a major penalty at an event, or disrespect the team in any way… you can expect to “Spin the Wheel”.  The Wheel of Death is a Rotor Quickfeed with some nasty punishments glued to the bottom of each tab.  Thanks to Todd Warren, the Ironmen have a new option to add to the Wheel… The Slipper Nipple!

Be sure to follow the Ironmen on Facebook for more chances to win great prizes!  Facebook.com/LosAngelesIronmen

Also check them out on Instagram – @TEAMIronmen for behind the scenes photos and other contests.

www.DyePaintball.com

 

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