Champion System Makes an Appearance on The Amazing Race Season 20 Premiere
BROOKLYN, N.Y, Feb. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Champion System apparel made an appearance on last night’s season 20 premiere of The Amazing Race. Phil Keoghan, the host of The Amazing Race, led all the contestants on a bike ride through wine country in Santa Barbara as they all wore custom cycling jerseys and bottoms produced by Champion System, an industry leader in custom technical apparel. The custom kits were designed exclusively for the show.
“We were honored to work with Phil Keoghan and The Amazing Race on this project, especially because Phil is such an avid cycling enthusiast with a true passion for the sport,” said CEO of Champion System, Scott Kaylin
Champion System has partnered with Phil Keoghan before as the apparel sponsor of his women’s pro cycling team, NOW and Novartis for MS, which is currently competing on the pro racing circuit. In addition, Champion System also sponsors NOW Amateur, which will compete at a local level in California. The team plans on bringing in elite juniors who will have the opportunity to learn the techniques of racing from experienced riders as well as giving them the chance to ride into the NOW and Novartis Pro team.
Champion System specializes in high-quality custom technical apparel for cycling and a wide range of other sports. They use superior technical fabrics and construction methods. The company currently works with more than 10,000 teams and clubs in the U.S. By allowing teams, retailers, clubs and individuals to order a full line of custom uniforms with unlimited colors and low minimums, Champion System is setting a new standard in the custom technical apparel business. Unmatched customer service is for all customers. Whether you’re a team of 1 or 1,000 you will receive the customer service you demand. At Champion System, everybody is a Pro in our eyes. For more information visit www.champ-sys.com or email us at email@example.com
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