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DYE Sponsored San Antonio X-Factor Wins 2013 PSP World Cup!

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

DYE would like to congratulate San Antiono X-Factor on their 2013 PSP World Cup Win!  X-Factor took home the coveted World Cup Pro Division Title with the help of their 2014 DYE Rotor Loaders.

Be sure to connect with X-Factor online at Facebook.com/SanAntonioXFACTOR

Follow DYE on Instagram to win Rotors and other prizes every week!  @DYEpaintball

Shoot Dye CG Paintballs at 2013 PSP World Cup

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Shooting Dye CG has never been easier.  All it takes is an e-mail to PAINT@DyePrecision.com to get pricing information, podium program details and the chance to register your team to shoot Dye CG Paintballs at the 2013 PSP World Cup at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, FL.

*Exclusive PSP EVENT PRICING available to all teams

*Pre-register your team and WIN FREE PAINT with the Dye Podium Program

*Contact your Dye sales rep or E-MAIL PAINT@DYEPRECISION.COM for pricing information

2013 DYE PSP West Coast Open Video

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Congrats Tampa Bay Damage for winning the 2013 PSP West Coast Open!

Check out YouTube.com/DyePaintballVIDEO for more videos

Featured DYE Teams:

-LA Ironmen

-Tampa Bay Damage

-Toulouse TonTon

-Chattanooga CEP

-San Jose Royalty

-New Jersey Wolfpack

 

Produced by: DerDer Productions

Edited by: Nick Cucuzza

“The Best at What We Do” – by Daniel Holliday of Tampa Bay Damage

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

The Best at What We Do

-Daniel Holliday #23

At the beginning of the year we felt all eyes were on us to see if we would still be top contenders after losing all our non-Florida players. So It would come to no surprise that at the start of this year we had a lot to prove to our sponsors, fans and most of all ourselves. The entire team felt confident returning to our core roster with Bryan Smith coming back and our longtime friend Raney Stanczak.

In 2013 we wanted to 1, cut down the roster to a size where the best players play the most. 2, prove to everyone in the paintball media that even though the majority of Damage players are not considered “loud, self-hyping players”, we still know how to win. Lastly, we wanted develop our existing players skill level so they could play anywhere on the field. I think it’s fair to say we’ve accomplished this.

After three 2nd place finishes in a row and 1 horrific 6th place, we all knew that the West Coast Open was a deciding factor of whether Tampa Bay Damage would still be a top tier team. Everything was going well for us the first day of prelims and we won both of our games with ease. All we needed to do now was beat one of the new challenger’s team to seal our spot on Sunday and that would free us up to have a practice finals session against Edmonton Impact.

Despite the paint shooting awesome out of our DM13’s, we just played bad the entire day. I honestly thought before our last prelim game against Impact that we would be out if we didn’t beat them. Luckily this was not the case, I was told in the pits before the preliminary Impact game that it did not matter won or lost. So it did indeed look like we would get our free finals practice against impact as the game had no bearing on whether or not we moved onto to the semi-finals.

Saturday night the team’s morale and confidence had never been higher despite Bryan Smith not being able to play as he became ill and had to be taken to the E.R. the night before our finals day. I really thought he was going to be a big contributing factor for us at the West Coast Open. Nevertheless we spent our entire lives proving people wrong and we were ready to put anyone into the dirt if they got in our way of winning.

Finally we admit to the truth, we are the best at what we do.

Oddly, winning the West Coast Open brought more relief than excitement; it reinvigorated our passion for the sport and completely dissolved that burned out feeling of constant travel and time away from our families. I am happy and excited that we won but unfortunately this feeling only lasts for about 6 weeks until we prove ourselves one more time at World Cup.

When you win World Cup, the feeling doesn’t just last a few weeks, it lasts a lifetime.

On behalf of the Damage organization I’d like to say thank you to all the great people and companies that have stuck by us throughout the years and made this whole dream a reality -

Protex, Social Paintball, Raza, Virtue, and of course Dye Precision.

Daniel Holliday #23

Be sure to follow Damage on Facebook.com/TampaBayDamage and at www.TampaBayDamage.com

Tampa Bay Damage WINS 2013 PSP West Coast Open!

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

After having not one, but two Championship PSP titles taken away from them at Dallas and MAO, Tampa Bay Damage have finally earned their first gold trophy of the 2013 season at the West Coast Open!  Congratulations to Head Coach Kevin Bredthauer and the 2013  Damage Roster:

Keith Brown – #17

Chad Busiere – #7

Jason Edwards – #13

Ramzi El-Yousef – #12

Dan Holliday – #23

Tim Propst – #1

Bryan Smith – #65

“Raney” Stanczak – #99

Paul Everett – #77

and team owner CJ Botsolas #4

For more information on Tampa Bay Damage visit www.Facebook.com/tampabaydamage or www.tampabaydamage.com

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