Mishawaka, IN (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
Wear to Win, LLC has launched their new golf and activewear website which features HTML5 technology for cross-platform compatibility. The website features the new look of the Wear to Win lifestyle brand and includes several user-friendly shopping features.
“Our new Wear to Win website gives the Wear to Win brand a higher level of sophistication and allows our customers to easily view each golf and activewear collection. The new website has technology which also supports iPad and Android tablets for on-the-go shopping. Finally customers will be able to get the full Wear to Win experience,” said company President, Cindy Ormson.
The new Wear to Win website was developed by the award winning website design and online marketing company Precept Partners, LLC of Buchannan, Michigan. Precept Partners work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and NPR. More at http://www.netnitrox.com.
Wear to Win produces cutting-edge golf apparel and activewear which is made in the U.S.A.. Wear to Win continues to grow as a leader and manufacturer of ladies golf skorts, shirts, jackets and accessories. The Wear to Win brand and apparel authentically work in concert to empower female golfers to be self confident in their game and strive to achieve excellence in life. The brand continues to expand to markets worldwide. Wear to Win’s complete online clothing store can be found at http://www.weartowin.com.
About Wear to Win:
Designing golf apparel and building futures Wear To Win aims to fill an absent niche: flattering, fun and durable golf wear for lady golfers of all ages. After experiencing first-hand the limited offerings of stylish and comfortable golf apparel, mother and daughter team, Cynthia and Laura Ormson, decided to do something about it. As a college student and tournament golfer, Laura and her mother established Wear To Win to help every female golfer feel more confident on and off the course. Wear to Win strives to empower girls by encouraging self-confidence and a positive self-image needed for young women to become great leaders and truly extraordinary women.