Oxtar Accepting Sponsorship Applications For 2007Friday, September 15, 2006 | 5:58 AM
Sept 14,2006 - Oxtar is pleased to announce it will be accepting
applications for their Athlete Support Program starting October 1st, 2006 through December 31st, 2006. In an effort to organize our program and provide the best service possible to our riders, we will be accepting all Athlete Support Program applications through SponsorHouse.
To submit your Athlete Support Program resume, please visit Oxtar's profile on www.sponsorhouse.com. Create a FREE account, build your online profile, and submit your application early for first consideration. Fees may apply for upgraded services, but you can contact us directly at no charge by
following these instructions. We look forward to reviewing your
SponsorHouse profile. Good luck with the remainder of your season!
Oxtar's TCX Pro boot sets the standard for protection in high-end boots by offering the latest in ankle support technology, and is preferred by riders Such as Kevin Windham and Nathan Ramsey. The TCX Pro offers the patented Torsion Control System (TCS) which allows controlled lateral and front to back bending movement of the ankle through 4 flexure points on the sides
of the boots, and 2 flexure points on the heel. Simply put, the TCS helps prevent hyperextension of the ankle by providing stopping points without restricting movement.
Launched in 2001, SponsorHouse is a place for athletes to connect with sponsors, friends, fans, events, and media. There are currently more than 60,000 athletes and 500 brands and retailers using SponsorHouse to connect.
For more information, please visit SponsorHouse's newly redesigned site at www.sponsorhouse.com or call 888.8-RIDESH.
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