Schlamm Returns to Sponsor CrossVegas 2010
UK-based cycle clothing company Schlamm Ltd has joined the growing list of supporters of season-opener CrossVegas returning as the “official race merchandise supplier” of America’s biggest cyclocross event.
Schlamm will provide official clothing to all event staff, race marshals and credentialed photographers, in addition to presenting a range of race merchandise that will be available before the event online, and at the event.
“We had a blast at CrossVegas last year and were determined to try and clinch the deal again so we could come back,” says Schlamm director Simon Burney. ‘This race is the perfect place for everyone to start their ’cross season: riders, teams, sponsors, spectators, all enjoy kicking it off here. And as a company firmly committed to the ’cross scene in the US, it’s inconceivable that we would not be there to support it.”
“It’s great to have them back on board as a sponsor and I’m delighted to be able to offer both CrossVegas spectators and the general public CrossVegas merchandise from the guys at Schlamm,” commented Brook Watts, promoter of CrossVegas.
Official event merchandise by Schlamm will be available from August 15th online at www.schlamm.uk.com and of course at the race itself.
About Schlamm Ltd.
Schlamm specializes in clothing for cyclocross and for training in those weather conditions you would rather not be out in, in addition to a great range of race and event merchandising and casual wear. Complete information is available at www.schlamm.uk.com.
CrossVegas is the largest cyclocross race in the U.S. taking place Wednesday, September 22nd, in Las Vegas. Going into its fourth year, the event attracts almost 10,000 spectators to Desert Breeze Soccer Complex. Complete information is available at www.crossvegas.com.
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