Storm Products, Inc. has announced Justin Wyman will relocate to Storm Headquarters as Technical Developer. Wyman will join the technical team and assist in the development, innovation and execution of new products.

“Justin is an uncommon find. His skills and experience are unique to him and it would be a misdeed to not utilize his expertise,” Chad McLean, Technical Director said. “Justin’s rare combination of multimedia prowess and technical savviness is something we want to embrace and cultivate at Storm Headquarters.”

In his new role at Storm, Wyman will assist with the creation and testing process of new innovations being considered for release. He will also assist the marketing team with the development of drilling instructions and materials for new products. In addition, he will support the production of seminar materials to help inform and educate consumers, create news articles and videos for the website, and represent Storm at seminars, trade shows, and instructional clinics.

Wyman, a determined entrepreneur, has been working diligently throughout the bowling industry for several years. He didn’t truly immerse himself in the sport until he was a senior in high school due to the lack of opportunities for youth bowlers in Penfield, New York. However, once his uncle introduced him to the sport, he never looked back. Wyman practiced as much as he could and watched bowling diligently to gain as much knowledge as possible. His quest for information led him into Bowler’s World, the pro shop, where he learned about drilling from his mentor, Mike Rose Jr and the DiSanto family.  Throughout his tenure at Bowler’s World, he gained experience drilling equipment for customers domestically and internationally, servicing customers as far away as Northern Europe. With his acquired technical knowledge on and off the lanes, he started to compete on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour.

“I’m excited to expand my knowledge in the industry and be able to share what I learn with an even broader audience than I have in the past,” Wyman said. “There’s so much opportunity here. Everyone has been so welcoming, and I’m excited to join this team.”

Beyond bowling, Wyman has always had a passion for building, creating, and developing audio and video displays. His passion for music led him to studying audio design by building speakers and audio productions of his own. He brought this knowledge to the bowling industry, creating ball reaction videos and sharing them on his digital media channels. In 2012, he formed his own company, JWI, using his experience with visual productions combined with audio to create booth displays at trade shows within the bowling industry. In 2017, he was invited by the PBA to design the television set for the World Series of Bowling in Reno. He continued to construct sets for the PBA, PWBA and USBC including every televised major.

“We were needing to increase our technical/marketing output and Justin was looking to get more into the technical aspect of the industry. The timing was almost fortuitous, and we look forward to all the new ground that needs breaking by applying Justin’s talent here at Storm.”