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Successful Active Ankle Challenge Tournament Season

A Successful Active Ankle Challenge Tournament Season


For Immediate Release
October 4, 2011
Leah Blakemore
Marketing Manager

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Gardner, KS (October 4, 2011) — Another great Active Ankle Challenge Tournament season has come to an end. Each tournament brought solid attendance and most importantly, great Volleyball competition.

We had a strong balance of conferences this year including the Mid‐American Conference, Big Ten, PAC‐12, and Big West Conference with participating teams coming from all across the country. The host schools included: Ball State University, Purdue University, University of Florida, UC Irvine and Oregon State University. Each team participating received Active Ankle Challenge 2011 t‐shirts and luggage tags. The winning teams received a Tournament Champion Plaque and the MVP came away with an award as well.

“It was great to see Active Ankle represented so well in each Challenge tournament, whether it was by attendance, promotionally or braces on the court, “ National Sales and Promotion Manager, Glen Snow said. “We are looking forward to what 2012 will bring.”

To learn more about Active Ankle, please visit www.activeankle.com.

About Active Ankle

Active Ankle Systems, Inc., purchased in July 2008 by Cramer Products, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development of high‐value, high‐function ankle and foot products since 1989. Athletic Trainers and physical therapists have long used the Active Ankle brace and other innovative products for injury care, prevention and rehabilitation.

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