Dallas, TX, September 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- IonLoop had a huge weekend with two wins on two tours with two white bracelets.
First we saw history being made in Alabama where the future 16 year old LPGA star notches an incredible five stroke win to capture the Navistar LPGA Classic. Wearing an IonLoop white bracelet the champion shatters the record for the youngest player to ever win an LPGA event. The previous record was held by Paula Creamer before it was crushed on Sunday by an incredible 18 months.
Meanwhile in suburban Chicago sporting a white Ionloop bracelet the winner of the BMW Championship executes a dramatic chip-in from off the front of the green to seal the 2 stroke victory over Australian John Senden. This is by far the biggest victory for the young Englishman as he now travels to Atlanta for the FedEx final event and a chance to win the $10 million FedEx Cup bonus.
“We were so excited to see these two professionals win yesterday, we feel confident that our technology was helpful down the stretch,” said Melissa Gotfredson, IonLoop CEO. “Our website is humming today with white bracelet orders… so neat!” said Gotfredson.
IonLoop has innovated and developed a new negative ion technology, Ion Regeneration TechnologyÔ, to neutralize the destructive effects of our modern day environment. Everyone from world class athletes to office workers may be affected by positive ions. Activities ranging from competing under the energy-draining UV rays of the sun, to sitting in front of computer monitors daily, expose us to fatigue producing positive ions. The bracelets also contain two small powerful neodymium magnets that are visible in the “shell” that will offer the user all the natural benefits of the rare Earth magnets. Consequently, we may all equally benefit from this new pioneering technology.
For more information on their new technology and where you can purchase an IonLoop bracelet, they encourage you to visit their website at www.ionloop.com.