Prime Time Boxing Franchise Announces New Agreement with Everlast Worldwide

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Prime Time Boxing Franchise, Inc. announces a new agreement with leading equipment manufacturer Everlast Worldwide. This agreement includes Prime Time Boxing outfitting all franchises with Everlast and co-marketing this authentic boxing concept. Prime Time Boxing Franchise focuses on small, personalized group training to help people get in shape while learning boxing fundamentals.

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To stick with the tradition of boxing and what quality means, Prime Time Boxing Franchises will be outfitted with and sell Everlast equipment.

Prime Time Boxing Franchise, Inc. has just reached an agreement with Everlast Worldwide. This agreement between Prime Time Boxing Franchise and Everlast will add an iconic brand to the franchises across the nation as well as to the Prime Time boxing certification program offered to large fitness chains. This comes at a great time when the fitness industry is welcoming true authentic boxing as a great means to get fit.

Founded by Cary Williams-Nunez and Angelo Nunez, Prime Time Boxing offers sport specific training for adults and children which is used for cross training and or fitness. They were the creators of the "boxing class" in traditional boxing gyms and have since created "boxing camps" which utilized a lot of the training that goes into a legitimate professional training camp for boxers. Prime Time Boxing also offers boxing equipment and athletic apparel.

The agreement with Everlast is a key component in Prime Time Boxing Franchise being the only authentic boxing gym franchise in America, with a unique program that offers small, personalized group training to people who want to get in shape through real boxing lessons.

"The only authentic boxing gym franchise available is focused on offering a high quality program throughout the US," said Co-Founder and CEO Cary Williams-Nunez. Cary fought in the amateurs and won the Pacific Northwest Women's tournament, and has worked as a cover model and fitness columnist. Now, she is also a spokesperson for Everlast Worldwide.

Angelo Nunez fought his way to the Olympic Trials, then professionally for a total of 20 years as a competitive boxer. He fought Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and spent two years as De La Hoya's main sparring partner, becoming an advisor to the De La Hoya Camp in Big Bear, California.

Together, the two founders have designed a premier training franchise program that is the first of its kind.

Angelo Nunez added, "To stick with the tradition of boxing and what quality means, Prime Time Boxing Franchises will be outfitted with and sell Everlast equipment." Everlast has long been a leader in the industry, and their partnership with Prime Time Boxing shows the significance of the franchise program.

To learn more about the company, its founders, or their unique boxing program for fitness, visit

About Prime Time Boxing Franchise, Inc.:

Prime Time Boxing offers small group, high quality boxing training to men, women and children. With gyms on the west coast in Roseville, Sacramento and Folsom, and new franchises soon to open around the nation, Prime Time Boxing has created a unique atmosphere for learning and getting in shape. All master trainers are certified USA Boxing Coaches, with years of experience in competitive fighting and training in the innovative and effective Prime Time teaching program.


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