QickPick Introduces New Line of Headwear

The caps feature a patent-pending pick pocket built into the visor.

Nashville, TN (November 6, 2014) -- QickPick LLC introduces a new line of headwear featuring a patent-pending pick pocket built into the visor of a cap. The location of the pocket allows for easy access and prominent display of a guitar pick.

QickPick caps are customized with a brand logo through stock or custom headwear programs. The stock cap program has four styles available in a variety of colors and ready to ship with your embroidered logo. The custom cap program allows customers to design a cap from top to bottom with every feature selected to fit a brand’s unique story. Free virtual proofs are available with all orders.

“QickPick caps provide an opportunity to engage customers with a cap that players will wear, use and love,” said Luke Sigle, owner and founder of QickPick. “These custom caps are great for brand promotion, gift with purchase, or in-store sales. We’ve had a great response to the product so far.”

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