Human Touch Brand Ambassador and PGA Pro Tim Clark Duels His Way to a Second Place Finish at The Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial : Human Touch Congratulates Their Recently Signed Brand Ambassador On His Performance During The Memorial Day PGA Tournament

Share Article

Human Touch®, the leading brand of high-performance, design-oriented massage chairs for today’s modern and traditional living spaces is proud to congratulate their brand ambassador and member of its Wellness Council PGA Pro Golfer, Tim Clark, on his 2nd place finish during this Memorial Day weekend’s 62nd Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Tournament in Fort Worth, TX.

News Image
Through the years I have used a massage therapist to maintain my body from the rigors of professional golf. Owning a Human Touch Massage Chair has allowed me to get the same results in my home any time I need it, whether it's two in the afternoon or two in the morning.

The Tournament, held May 19-25, saw Clark make final round birdies at holes 16 and 17 to move into a tie with eventual winner Phil Mickelson heading into the final hole of regulation where Mickelson sealed the one-shot victory with a nine-foot birdie putt. Clark finished in a second place tie at 13-under par after four rounds.

Recently signed to a multi-year endorsement agreement by Human Touch, Clark was chosen by Human Touch as brand ambassador for its massage chairs because of his first-hand understanding of the benefits of incorporating massage into a daily routine. Clark credits his own speedy recovery from back and neck injuries to his ability to retreat daily to his Human Touch massage chair and continues to use his massage chair daily.

"After helping in my recovery from a back and neck injury, the biggest benefit in owning a Human Touch chair has been that it allows me to maintain my body from home. The chair's versatility, comfort, endless massage programs and ability to target any area of my back is great while blending seamlessly into my living room," says Clark. "Through the years I have used a massage therapist to maintain my body from the rigors of professional golf. Owning a Human Touch Massage Chair has allowed me to get the same results in my home any time I need it, whether it's two in the afternoon or two in the morning."

As a part of the multi-year partnership, Clark will appear in Human Touch print advertisements, and participate in select Human Touch corporate communications activities. He will also serve as a consultant to Human Touch as it relates to incorporating massage into the everyday lifestyle of today's recreational golfer and will make various appearances at Trade Shows as well as participate in product demonstrations, media interviews, photography shoots and endorsements of Human Touch chairs and products on his personal website.

"Human Touch is proud to have played a role in Tim's strong return from his back and neck injuries sustained earlier in his career," said Rich Jorgensen, CMO of Human Touch. "As someone who clearly understands the importance of daily massage, he is just the person to help us expand awareness among the nearly 30 million recreational golfers, as well as everyday consumers, of the many health benefits offered by Human Touch massage chairs and the importance of incorporating massage into everyday life."

About Human Touch®

Human Touch®, the U.S. market leader of premier robotic massage products, offers advanced technology and designs for consumers seeking to incorporate health and wellness into their everyday routine. Appealing to back pain sufferers, sports enthusiasts, and those looking to relax from today's hectic lifestyles, Human Touch® delivers high-quality Robotic Massage® chairs, zero-gravity recliners, and other massage products that are generations ahead of the competition. Human Touch® currently sells products to back care specialty stores, fine furniture stores across the country, on-line at http://www.humantouch.com as well as international retailers and distributors in more than 48 countries worldwide.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website