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Wooter is pledging $2,500,000 over the next 3 years towards donations and sponsorships for sports programs all over the world.
When fans filled the CFE Arena in Orlando on Saturday night for the 2019 Celebrity Pro-Bowl Showdown presented by Boom Cups, it was their chance to watch current and former NFL players, music artists, entertainers, and social media influencers take to the floor all for a good cause. For Wooter and Wooter Apparel, it was a chance to keep giving back.
After designing and producing team basketball uniforms for star players like boxing legend Floyd Mayweather at the 2018 Celebrity Summer Showdown and charity event last August, Wooter Apparel is back with their customized jersey release as Boom Cups presents the 2019 Celebrity Pro-Bowl Showdown on Saturday, January 26 at the CFE Arena in Orlando.
Wooter CEO Alex Aleksandrovski and COO, David Kleyman were recently featured on BOLD TV with Bold Business hosts David Grasso and Lyndsay Christian, as the Co-Founders of Wooter talked about the growth of Wooter Apparel, the Wooter App, and leaving their mark in the ever-changing sports industry.
When NHL stars hit the ice for All-Star Weekend on January 25th in San Jose, they’ll be sporting the new eco-innovative and first-ever jerseys made from repurposed and upcycled materials created in partnership with Adidas and Parley for the Oceans. Will other teams and leagues soon follow with more ocean-inspired jerseys and uniforms?
When it comes to daydreaming what NFL uniforms might look like in a “City Edition” version for all 32 teams, veteran creative director and brand consultant Jesse Alkire took a page from Nike’s NBA collection and threw a big touchdown.
It’s the jersey drop all hoop heads and NBA fans have been waiting for — Nike’s “Earned Edition” uniforms for all 16 teams who made the NBA Playoffs last season will make its debut on Christmas Day.
At Wooter Apparel, countless hours are dedicated to designing, creating, and producing authentic customized sports uniforms and jerseys for players, teams, and leagues in the United States and around the world. So it’s only fitting that we take a similar approach to the news and headlines going on around the sportswear business with our “Behind The Jersey” series presented by Wooter Apparel.
Aquille Carr made his next move his best move this week as the Baltimore native and professional basketball player officially becomes the first signed athlete to Wooter and will partner with the company to customize and release his signature AC3 merchandise line.
Go inside the latest news and updates from around Wooter Apparel, featuring Haron Hargrave competing in the upcoming New York Knicks alumni charity game, Aquille Carr representing Wooter, and how you can help give back with the new collection honoring the late Mac Miller…