We're extremely proud to have Doug join the Instaflex team. His leadership and enduring legacy as a champion athlete and community leader make him an excellent representative of the Instaflex brand
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) June 24, 2011
Instaflex®, a top selling joint support supplement brand, has signed former National Football League and Canadian Football League quarterback, founder of the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism and current color analyst for the United Football League, Doug Flutie - as a brand ambassador for its national marketing campaigns.
Instaflex®, which is available online and in GNC stores nationwide, is a revolutionary joint health formula that has been scientifically formulated to help support healthy joints. Instaflex® considers its highest priority to be providing customers with exemplary products, scientifically formulated with premium ingredients.
Flutie, who spent most of his career as starting quarterback for the NFL’s Chicago Bears, New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers, will be utilized in the brand’s marketing efforts.
"We’re extremely proud to have Doug join the Instaflex team. His leadership and enduring legacy as a champion athlete and community leader make him an excellent representative of the Instaflex brand” said Instaflex Co-Founder John Kim.
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The Instaflex® brand, recognized for its flagship Joint Support product, offers a line of total body nutritional supplements that include Bone Support, Multivitamin, and Muscle Support. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.instaflex.com.
More about Doug Flutie: Heisman Trophy Winner (1984), Pro Bowl and Comeback Player of the Year (1998), Ranked #1 on a list of Top 50 CFL Players (2006), Named CFL’s Most Outstanding Player 6 times. Inducted in 2007 to the College Hall of Fame and Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. Former college football analyst for ABC and ESPN. He established the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc. in honor of his son who has autism. Doug is married and has two children.