Growing Golfwear Firm Featured by U.S. Chamber of Commerce
“I was very flattered to have been chosen for the article,” Ormson said. “The publication seemed encouraged by the idea that a 22-year-old college student could start a business, especially in this economic climate.
Thankfully I have had a lot of support from my mother and co-founder, Cindy, and my college, Wake Forest University. It goes to show that with a bit of encouragement and focus, dreams can become a reality, even at a young age.”
WearToWin.com has received much recognition since its June website launch, having been honored with various grants and award recognitions, such as the Wake Forest Hobbs Award for Entrepreneurial Achievement for Student and Faculty Entrepreneurs.
“Since our launch, we have been very excited about the attention our WeartoWin.com website has gotten. Having played golf for over a decade now, I knew there was a need for cute, flattering golf skorts, tops and golfwear designed just for young girls, and now, adult women. Apparently, others felt the same way. I am pleased to be able to give women alternative choices that can make them look and feel good, both on and off the course,” Ormson said.
WearToWin.com offers fashionable clothing and accessories designed by and meant specifically for young female golfers through its mission of “Inspiring golfwear for aspiring young women.” Beyond creating stylish clothing, WearToWin.com strives to empower young female golfers by encouraging self-confidence, supporting a positive self-image, and inspiring young people to become great leaders and extraordinary women.
Designing Golf Apparel and Building Futures WeartoWin.com aims to fill an absent niche: flattering, fun and durable golfwear for lady golfers of all ages. After experiencing first-hand the limited offerings of stylish and comfortable golf apparel, mother and daughter team, Cynthia and Laura Ormson, decided to do something about it. As a college student and tournament golfer, Laura and her mother established WearToWin.com to help every female golfer feel more confident on and off the course. Beyond that, we aim to empower girls by encouraging self-confidence and a positive self-image, so they can become great leaders and extraordinary women.
Wear to Win, Inc.
5776-51 Grape Road #257
Mishawaka, IN 46545
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