Wooter is doing it all.
Partnerships with big names like boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and NBA champion Kawhi Leonard of the Los Angeles Clippers.
It doesn’t end there.
Their app is solid. More specifically it has created a brand new experience for running and playing in sports leagues.
Their apparel? Solid! Wooter has partnered with 12,000+ sports organizations utilizing them from over 40 countries. More specifically, their apparel empowers teams and athletes around the world by offering the highest quality uniforms at unbeatable prices and fastest turnaround.
Founded in June 2014 by Alex Aleksandrovski, David Kleyman, Michael Isakov and Alex Kagan, the New York City brand was started because as big-time sports lovers, they had a poor experience in the sports leagues that they played in. There were no stats or content to look over after the games. Instead of gorgeous uniforms, every player had cheap t-shirts and they knew how tough and expensive it was to run a sports league.
Wooter has designed jerseys for public and private high schools across the country and made jerseys for celebrity basketball games like Ballin 4 Peace.
Sports is about bringing people together and celebrating big accomplishments such as winning championships.
Wooter has also partnered with former NFL player and current Buffalo Bills wide receiver coach, Chad Hall and Pigskin Patriots football and cheerleading camps for the children of military parents as well as former Los Angeles Lakers point guard, Smush Parker and his Smush Parker Elite and the Queen’s natives inspiring youth programs that he’s led.
For more information about Wooter and the community, visit: www.wooterapparel.com/team.
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