Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues was contacted by Chandler Wallace who is an ASU student (Tempe, Arizona). Chandler had explained to Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues that he and a friend have started a small billiards club called the Cutthroat Cats. It is a group for young adults to practice the game of pool and learn the game in a friendly environment. They want to preserve the fundamentals of the billiards game with the new generation of pool players to keep the old school traditions alive. The billiards room at ASU has six pool tables for the club to play on.
Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues was so excited about the idea that he donated some Stealth Cues pool sticks to start them on their journey. Mark Stoller really liked the fact that the younger generation wanted to preserve the game for all of the pool players to come. This made Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues take a walk down memory lane and remember his Stealth Kids Cue.
Back in 1994, Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues invented the first set of pool cues for young children that were 48 and 52 inches. These size cues are still an industry standard today. Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues always believed in making the newer generations excited to play the game of billiards. This is the reason he jumped at the opportunity to be a part of the ASU students vision. With teaming up with the Cutthroat Cats we are promoting team values, sportsmanship and a love for the game.
With the help of Chandler Wallace and other ASU students giving us feedback from the younger generation Mark Stoller of Stealth Cues will be creating more cues based on their suggestions.
This will be an ongoing story and we will be posting some pictures in the Stealth Cues gallery soon. Please visit www.stealthcues.com for updates.
Written by: Senica Styles