Creating the Difference adds two BIG superstars to it’s list of Professional Staff. Marshall Kent and Rhino Page now join fellow CtD Pro Staffers Michael Martell and E.J. Tackett. Bringing the Pro Staff total to four. Along with 3400+ current Regional and National staffers that now make up Team CtD. If you are interested in joining our team and interacting with our Pro Staff and other members of Team CtD. You can join for free right here.
Creating the Difference is an educational company that focuses on growing bowling through education and innovation. Part of growing bowling includes working with professional athletes at the pinnacle of the sport.
Marshall Kent is a 4 time PBA Champion and former Rookie of the Year from Yakima Washington who recently made two TV shows at the 2021 PBA World Series of bowling. During the WSOB. Marshall was introduced to the CtD brand and TruCut Sanding products, when CtD Staffer and BIG Bowling Pro Tour Rep Jason Wojar brought them to use at the event. Marshall said. ” The TruCut Sanding Pads are simply amazing to use. They cut quickly and last a very long time. I’m glad to join Team CtD and have some additional tools to help me compete at the highest level.”
6 time PBA Tour Champion and US Open Winner Rhino Page was also introduced to TruCut Sanding Pads and the CtD product line at the same event. Rhino said “The TruCut sanding pads cut like no other. Being on the left side of the lane with less bowlers means that having the right surface on your ball is crucial to success out here. Knowing that these pads cut at the number written on them is a big help when it comes time to make adjustments. I look forward to working with the team and getting to the new Education Center and practicing.”
Both Marshall and Rhino are on staff with BIG Bowling, a new bowling ball company.
CEO Ronald Hickland said “ We want to support any company that is working to grow bowling. Our passion is to help all levels of players in the sport succeed. Adding these two super stars is a win/win for everyone. I look forward to having the guys interact with our group and come to the Education Center and spend some time on the lanes.”