Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Denver-based yoga clothing company, be present, is excited to announce its year-long partnership with Yoga Alliance, as the company has recently been accepted as an Associate Vendor Member.
This partnership provides services and opportunities that stand to mutually benefit be present, Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance members. “We are thrilled to begin this partnership with Yoga Alliance. Yoga teachers and studios are the backbone of our industry and we are excited to be able to provide benefits to Yoga Alliance members that they find valuable,” says be present Director of Marketing, Maggie Mistovich. “Aligning with Yoga Alliance is important to us because we recognize the role the organization plays in binding the yoga community,” she added.
be present will gain increased exposure and recognition in the yoga community by providing benefits to Yoga Alliance Members, such as merchandise discounts and conference sponsorship. Yoga Alliance will share information about be present products through social media and other outreach channels to spread the word to members about products from be present that support and sustain yoga teachers and schools. “be present will offer our members a discount on high quality, yoga apparel that is made in the USA, and our members will enjoy the opportunity to wear be present clothing as they practice and teach yoga in their communities,” says Charlotte Raich, Business Development Manager.
About be present:
be present, clothing for the yoga lifestyle, was established in Colorado in 2002 by Amy Lopatin Dobrin and Jon Dobrin. All be present clothing is proudly made in the USA. The brand remains at the forefront of the yoga apparel industry, continually designing clothing that is original and functional.
About Yoga Alliance:
Yoga Alliance (YA) is the largest nonprofit association representing yoga teachers, schools and studios in the U.S. Through its work and the work of its sister organization, Yoga Alliance Registry, YA exists to sustain and support the field of yoga as a whole. This is done so by providing the public with a registry of teachers and schools whose training meets Yoga Alliance standards, and by supporting yoga teachers, schools and studios in their work as yoga professionals.