MemoryTag Fighters Dominate MMA World

A large number of MMA Fighters who have partnered with The MemoryTag LLC have seen big wins this past week. MemoryTag continues to benefit from its outside-the-box marketing strategies.

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Real Men use MemoryTag. Anything else is just lame.

UFC fighter, Danny Castillo, stays pumped for MemoryTag.

Just in the past week alone, twelve different MMA fighters, prominently sporting MemoryTag branding, hit the ring in televised events.

Woodbridge, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

MemoryTag Video Cards are definitely not your average greeting card. That point is clearly driven home in MemoryTag’s unorthodox approach to building brand awareness. Few would consider the world of Mixed Martial Arts as a target demographic for greeting cards, yet there is no doubt that MemoryTag has succeeded in the fight for customer loyalty with a fan base that doesn’t believe in “half way”.

MemoryTag doesn’t believe in “half way” either. They have partnered with an impressive host of octagon warriors to get the word out about stickers, greeting cards, and postcards that play your custom videos. Just in the past week alone, twelve different MMA fighters, prominently sporting MemoryTag branding, hit the ring in televised events.

MemoryTag Partnerships included Danny Castillo, Andre Fili, Joseph Benavidez, and Max Holloway from UFC 172 in Baltimore, MD. There’s also Erick Sanchez, Derek Formosa, Josh Emmett, David Mitchell, Mikhail Venikov, and Cynthia Calvillo from WCFC 9 in Sacramento, CA. Vince Murdock fought in TWC Pro from Michigan, and Bernardo Cano was in New York’s Victory fight. Out of the 12 fights, 10 of the MemoryTag fighters walked away with a Victory. Those that took a loss had solid bouts with a good showing.

The MemoryTag team knows how to pick ‘em.

They also know how to make products that pack a punch. MemoryTag introduced the world to greeting cards that play your custom videos. In comparison, other cards seem boring. Their now-popular tag line declares matter-of-factly that “anything else is just lame”.

Fans of either MemoryTag or the fighters they’re partnered with should look forward to the 2014 UFC Fan Expo. Held in Las Vegas on July 5-6, the event will prove to be the ideal stomping ground for anyone looking to meet their MMA favorites or pick up some MemoryTag swag. It’s a safe bet that the MemoryTag booth will be a popular spot to visit.

For more information, visit http://theMemoryTag.com.

To get your hands on MemoryTag products, check out http://amazon.com/shops/MemoryTag.


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