Mangled Mascots creates memories for dog lovers as their pets enjoy the competitive rivalries of their owners favorite, or least favorite teams.
- Obtained licensed trademark
- Landed the OG shark of ABC’s Shark Tank Kevin Harrington to help build our brand
- Secured licenses with 6 of the top 10 collegiate merchandise sales
- Contracted with Walmart.com to sell our products
- Secured licenses from a total 24 colleges and universities
- Expanded our product offering to high schools and businesses
- Created a customization tool for our clients to submit their photos to create personalized toys
- Established strong materials, manufacturing, and distribution relationships with US based companies.
According to Statista, over 63 million American households (53%) have at least one dog. Simultaneously the sport’s market in the US is expected to rise to 83.1 billion by 2023. Two large markets with the same problem: the lack of a product that caters to both sports fans and dog lovers.
With this many dogs and a huge interest in sports, why aren’t custom toys found in pet stores?
Mangled Mascots brings dog moms and dog dads closer to their pet teammates by providing them with officially licensed collegiate plush dog toys. We are passionate about building a company and pet toy brand that encourages pet owners to include their furry teammates in their competitive team moments of any sports season.
We are proudly made in the USA. Excellence is weaved into every sports-themed product with a high quality logo and full brand licensing from the university teams. You can be confident that if we’re giving it to our pets, it’s safe for yours too. Every single product is made with the highest safety standards and is completely safe for your dog to mangle—especially if they accidentally eat it.
We’ve secured licenses from a total 24 colleges and universities.
- Belmont University
- Lipscomb University
- UT Chattanooga
- University of Memphis
- Middle Tennessee State University
- Mississippi State University
- University of Oklahoma
- Tennessee State University
- Murray State University
- University of Arkansas Little Rock
Mangled Mascots currently sells in three channels, including:
- Social Media: Facebook and Instagram
According to Research and Markets the global market for Pet Toys was estimated at US$ 2.5 Billion in the year 2020, and is projected to reach a revised size of US$ 3.7 Billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% over the analysis period 2020-2027.
Additionally, Research Nester notes that in 2018 more than half of the Global Pet Toy market was dominated by dogs.
Keith Gober was born and raised in Tennessee. Growing up with dogs, it was a normal part of life to include his furry best friends in everything he did. From playing outside, to taking family summer road trips, to wrestling in the living room. And it’s a tradition that has carried over into his own family life. Today, his family dog, Lucy, goes with them everywhere and was the inspiration for creating Mangled Mascots. They enjoy spending time with her and watching her tear and mangle the squeakers out of her chew toys. Being the competitive family that they are, Keith wanted to find a toy with a sports mascot on it that Lucy could go to town on and shred to pieces. He went to a well-known pet store and as he was walking down the toy aisle, he was shocked that he didn’t find it. There wasn’t a single product on the market that catered to sports fans and dog lovers!
Steve Mandell is an Entertainment Attorney that specializes in representation, sponsorship, licensing and brand development. Steve has worked with prominent individuals in the areas of Sports, Television, Radio and Publishing and other high profile personalities in brand development, marketing and business development. Steve has been associated with major high profile brands and product development for retail distribution and develops branded programs with major corporate endorsement and sponsorships.
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