Amy Lipton, Founder of Amy Sport™, a Division of Spitfire Petite, Inc. Announces they have Entered a Presenting Partnership Agreement with PGA Magazine

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Amy Sport will support the PGA Magazine Women Leaders Platform, and participate as a full partner in conferences, special events, and additional platforms

Golf is such a fun and satisfying part of my life and is one of the reasons I created the company. I wanted stylish, high-performance athletic wear and performance apparel that could keep up with my active, on-the-go lifestyle.

Amy Sport, the leader in high-performance luxury active wear designed to fit and flatter petite women, has announced they have entered a Presenting Partnership with PGA Magazine and their prestigious Women Leaders Platform. This collaboration will include participation in a variety of PGA Magazine events, including educational conferences and VIP receptions, along with additional deliverables in the publication’s assorted titles and platforms.

“We are delighted that Amy Sport has stepped up to support this important platform,” said Susan Bond, PGA Professional, and manager of the Women Leaders Platform. “We look forward to working with them.”

“I have been very impressed with the quality of the company’s work and become a strong believer in this brand in the two years since I first met Amy. As a company, Amy Sport is committed to delivering to the merchants that it works with and the consumers that it serves,” continued Abe Summers, Business Development Manager, PGA Magazine Publications and Marketing Group. “The brand serves a very important segment of the apparel marketplace.”

The PGA Magazine Women Leaders Platform is designed to gather women PGA Professionals, their club members and business women in local communities, who understand how important women are to golf and to growing the game of golf. To date the platform has 548 members, comprised of PGA Women Professionals, influential club members, and male PGA professionals. This year’s program comprised six gatherings around the United States, including a joint event in California with the Southern California Golf Association and the Southern California PGA Section. The platform will continue to grow in 2019.

“The opportunity to partner with PGA Magazine, and introduce our high-end active wear to the growing number of women who are enjoying the magnificent game of golf, is beyond exciting,” said Amy Lipton, founder and CEO of Amy Sport, a division of Spitfire Petite, Inc. “Golf is such a fun and satisfying part of my life and is one of the reasons I created the company. I wanted stylish, high-performance athletic wear and performance apparel that could keep up with my active, on-the-go lifestyle.”

Amy Lipton will be attending and speaking at the upcoming PGA Magazine Women Leader’s platform event at Abacoa Golf Club in Palm Beach County, Florida on November 12.

About Amy Sport
Founded in 2016, Amy Sport, a division of Spitfire Petite Inc., produces high-end activewear manufactured in the USA in Southern California. The apparel is meticulously designed to fit and flatter women up to 5’6”, our clothes are crafted from distinctively selected modern performance fabrics, in impeccable styles, using high-quality construction, with scrupulous attention to detail. Founder and CEO Amy Lipton is a long-term C-level global marketing executive, digital media pioneer, and business development expert, who leads a very active and diversified lifestyle. She is an avid golfer, hiker, jogger and dedicated workout enthusiast. Out of her love of fashion, her passion for the sporting life, and frustration over the lack of petite clothing in the marketplace, Lipton identified a gap in the market for stylish athletic wear for women on the move who like herself are 5’6” and under, available in sizes XS-P to XL-P. The line is designed to balance style with performance and each piece can be worn on the course, on the court, at the gym and even to work, brunch, happy hour or the movies.

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