The Towel Twirling Device provides for the enhanced twirling of towels at sporting events as a means of showing fan support.
Inventor Melissa Marie Harris of Panama City, FL has created a mechanism which provides for the enhanced twirling of towels at sporting events as a means of showing fan support.
Sports towels are seen at all types of sporting events such as basketball, football and baseball games. Towels are usually spun rapidly over ones head to provide a visual indication of a fans excitement and enthusiasm for their team. However, when a towel is spun, it tends to wind up upon itself and clump together. This causes the towel to become significantly shorter in length and knotted until the fan must stop and let it unwind before resuming the spinning action. Also, many people such as children or the elderly, lack the physical coordination to twirl the towel, resulting in it flying out of their hands. Inventor Harris has created a means by which sports towels can be twirled above ones head without these issues.
This clever new invention automatically twirls sports towels. There is no clumping or knotting. It has an easy to hold handle. All types and sizes of towels can be used. It is a great collectors item. The use of the Towel Twirling Device provides sports fans a method of displaying loyalty to their favorite team in a manner which is not only unique, but eye-catching as well.