IonLoop to Provide 2015 U.S. Open Commemorative Bracelets

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Dallas based company is selected for the sixth consecutive year

. “Many of the finest professional golfers in the world may be seen this week wearing these U.S. Open tribute bracelets” said Melissa Gotfredson IonLoop CEO.

IonLoop is proud to have been chosen once again to provide the USGA with commemorative Chambers Bay bracelets for all players, spouses, USGA staff, and invited guests. “Many of the finest professional golfers in the world may be seen this week wearing these U.S. Open tribute bracelets” said Melissa Gotfredson IonLoop CEO.

The IonLoop Chambers Bay logoed bracelets have been produced with the official 2015 U.S. Open logo. These bracelets are not available for purchase, and only a small amount has been produced. As we have found in the prior years this bracelet will become a most sought after collector’s item by the general golf community.

In today’s era of ever expanding technology—UV rays, cell phones, BlackBerrys, Smart Phones, and in fact all electronic devices that we are surrounded with each day give off high levels of positive ions. IonLoop bracelets help your body fight back with high levels of negative ion content which is why many of the top professional golfers in the world choose to wear IonLoop sport bracelets and IonTime Sport Watches.

The negative ion properties are manufactured into the silicone bands themselves and will not lose their effectiveness over time. The bracelets also contain two small but powerful magnets that are carefully assembled so that they alternate the polarity of each magnet; we believe this manufacturing process may be adding another dimension to the potential stimulus that the magnets may have on the chemistry of the human body. Keep your eyes out for IonLoop bracelets during the tournament and stay in the Loop!

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