Los Angeles, CA, June 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Participants will have the opportunity to choose either a regular tech T event shirt or the Digi-DNA tech shirt at the same price. "Our Participants will now be able to monitor their physiological condition in these key areas in real time while running and competing in our events. They can use it when they’re training for our next events, so everybody wins!” Andrew Pettersen of Seasick Marketing said when discussing the benefits of offering the Digi-Wear Tech Shirts.
The Digi-Wear tech shirt design insures unprecedented comfort and breathability. This gives the users the option to wear it under their work or casual clothes if they want to monitor their day to day physical effort. This means for the first time anyone who takes their fitness seriously can monitor info typically only professional athletes had the ability to do effectively.
“There is nothing like it on the market and we are happy to be partnering with Sea Sick Marketing and former NFL player Patrick Sapp to bring this amazing must have fitness tech wearable to competitive, college and professional sports," says Ron Bush of Digi-DNA Inc makers of the Digi-Wear tech shirt.
Seasick Marketing will also be working directly with other competitive sporting events and sponsors to offer discounts, customized ordering options and much more. Users of the shirts will be improving their health in Competitive sporting events like Marathons, Triathlons and Cycling events.
“It has long been a passion to help others become more aware of how their bodies function and how to maintain higher levels of overall fitness. The Digi-Wear Tech Shirt implements long ignored physiological metrics to help everyone. Seasick Marketing is uniquely positioned to help us reach the competitive sports industry,” former NFL player, Sports Industry coordinator and Digi-DNA Board Member Patrick Sapp said when announcing the deal.
For more info on the shirt and to discuss samples and ordering contact Andrew Pettesen senior Partner Seasick sports marketing group or Ron Bush at Digi-DNA today.