Captain Knoll’s: “Gifts and Products For Active People!”

Media Contact: Kelly Keefe

Captain Knoll’s Makes Contribution to Teal Wings of Hope Foundation for Third Annual 5K

HAMILTON, NJ 9/1/12 – Captain Knolls, a Point Pleasant, NJ-based company that provides unique and cool gifts for fishermen and gifts for golfers has donated the First Place Men’s Prize for the third annual Ovarian Cancer Feat for Hope 5K Run/Walk held in Veterans Park. This substantial gift basket offered over $100 worth of products from both Captain Knoll’s and Captain’s Double Eagles.

“I have personally participated in this 5k for the past three years, so it felt good to further my contribution with this great cause. The Captain Knoll’s team feels it is important to do good wherever possible, whenever possible, and to make sure to have a blast while doing so. We were definitely able to accomplish that on September 1, 2012,” said Kelly Keefe, Director of Sales and Marketing for Captain Knoll’s.

Mark Hopkins is going to be running the NY Marathon under Captain Knoll’s sponsoring the group, Every Mother Counts. and they are trying to educate people about maternal mortality rates worldwide. “They’re a very dedicated but small group and I’m very happy to be running and supporting them. It’s a good cause. “
Mark Hopkins

Interested parties are urged to participate in any number of Teal Wings of Hope Foundation’s upcoming affairs. For further information on these events or to make a donation, please visit

About Captain Knoll’s
Captain Knoll’s is a two-year-old company located in Point Pleasant, NJ. Captain Knoll’s currently has two product lines that provide unique gifts for fishermen and gifts for golfers. They plan to continue to supply consumers with innovative and practical products and gifts for men.

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