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Youth Sports Programs Gain Sponsor Boost From Wooter Apparel After $10 Million Pledge

06-11-2021 10:17 AM CET | Sports

Press release from: Wooter Apparel

NFL Alumni is just one of the many organizations Wooter Apparel has teamed-up with to design and create customized uniforms.

NFL Alumni is just one of the many organizations Wooter Apparel has teamed-up with to design and create customized uniforms.

(New York, New York) -- June 11, 2021 In 2019, Staten Island, New York based Wooter made headlines by generously offering to pledge $2.5 million in customized sports apparel to youth sports programs across the United States and around the world over a three year span.

Halfway through the first year of the pledge, youth basketball, football, soccer, and baseball teams along with a handful of non-profit organizations benefited greatly from Wooter’s mission to “give back” and could be seen sporting custom-made uniforms and jerseys from Wooter Apparel. By year three, Wooter had not only reached their $2.5 million goal but they knocked it out of the park by outfitting youth sports teams from Arizona to Zanzibar, Tanzania in East Africa.

Now with sports officially in full swing coming off a dramatic pause in play due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the sports apparel and tech company based in Staten Island, New York has a whole new mission in mind.

Wooter is increasing their sponsorship pledge to $10 million over the next three years and has already given 120,000 users of Wooter Apparel a free $100 credit to be applied to any items on the Wooter platform. The Wooter Sports Platform was created for athletes, coaches, teams, and leagues to easily customize their sports experience — from a custom app and website, to live stat tracking and player profiles, and even operating your own team store — Wooter Apparel has you fully covered.

It’s no wonder why Wooter Apparel has become the go-to brand for everything custom-made in sports. Wooter has designed and created premium customized athletic apparel and outfitted the likes of legendary boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, hip-hop icons Master P and Snoop Dogg, NFL greats Chad “Ochocino” Johnson and Terrell Owens, NBA alums Al Harrington, Smush Parker, Stephen Jackson, and Matt Barnes among others. Wooter’s “infinity” logo has emerged as one of the most recognizable sports brands worn by athletes, celebrities, and social media influencers today.

After launching Wooter as a start-up in 2014 and Wooter Apparel in 2016, the company has customized uniforms and jerseys for recreational leagues, youth programs, semi-professional, college, and professional teams and leagues around the US and globally in over 25 countries, including Japan, Tanzania, Antigua, Grenada, Malta, the Netherlands and Australia, among others. Thanks to the ability to customize and include sublimation printing on fabrics and sportswear items ranging from t-shirts, to shorts, hoodies, and accessories like backpacks, Wooter Apparel continues to set itself apart from the competition.

In addition to brands like Gildan, Hanes Brands, and Under Armour Inc., Wooter Apparel has emerged as a global market leader in dye sublimation thanks to becoming a “one-stop-shop” for all customized sports apparel needs.

Along with partnering with designers at Wooter Apparel to create their own individual and unique uniforms and jerseys, customers have the ability to easily select from unlimited designs to feature their logos, and colors, receive a quick turn-around time (3-4 weeks) on individual or bulk orders, and customers can also submit their own designs to watch come to life. And while those other brands will have their names, numbers, and logos cracking every time they launder their items, Wooter Apparel takes pride in offering durable and breathable fabrics that prevent peeling, cracking, or fading.

The professional look and feel every time an athlete slips on Wooter Apparel is a major reason why youth teams, colleges and universities, professional teams, and also non-profit organizations continue to turn to Wooter for all of their customized sports apparel.
Take the Collegiate Baseball Invitational Tournament held last June in Texas for example. Just weeks prior to the event, organizers quickly turned to Wooter Apparel to provide a customized sports apparel experience during the height of the Coronavirus pandemic that included creating quality custom-made baseball uniforms and Wooter becoming the Tournament’s biggest sponsor.

“If we were going to be the Biggest College Baseball Event of 2020, we better have amazing looking uniforms. We knew Wooter Apparel would take care of us, they have become one of the best in the sports apparel industry,” said Uri Geva the driving force behind the 2020 CSBI.

“We worked hard to provide a wonderful experience for all of the players and felt that fully custom designed jersey from Wooter Apparel would help take the CSBI brand to a new level”.

Featured on ESPN, the Collegiate Summer Baseball Invitational raised funds and awareness for non-profit organization, “No Kid Hungry", while helping all of America get some normalcy in their post COVID-19 world by putting baseball back into the spotlight. From the “who’s who” of college baseball from the SEC, Pac-12, Big 12, Big 10, and ACC schools, major league prospects from coast to coast converged on the 3-day tournament, coached by former big-league players one week prior to the MLB Draft.

Needless to say, Wooter Apparel once again stepped up the plate and delivered. Now the company plans to provide the same excellent service and experience for athletes looking to stand out, on and off the field. This generous pledge of $10 million over the next three years is yet just another example of how Wooter Apparel is revolutionizing sports around the world.

Wooter Apparel
727 Page Ave.
Staten Island, NY. 10307

Alex Aleksandrovski
alex@wooter.co
(929) 262-3530

Wooter Apparel empowers teams and athletes around the world by offering the best sublimated uniforms and apparel at unbeatable prices.

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