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Star Nutrition to Showcase Its Innovative Lifestyle and Recovery Apparel at ISPO Munich 2013
Products to Include Legendary Snowboarder Terje Haakonsen's Shredder Line of Incrediwear
By: Marketwired .
Feb. 1, 2013 01:49 PM
CHICO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/13 -- Star Nutrition, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: STAU), a California-based diversified health and wellness industry firm, announces that they will be exhibiting at ISPO Munich where they will display their latest Incrediwear products, including the new Shredder line created with snowboarding pioneer Terje Haakonsen. Considered by many to be the leading international sports business trade show, IPSO Munich will bring more than 2,300 industry exhibitors together for a four-day event starting February 3, 2013.
"All of the major industry players are at this trade show, it's a very big event," said Jackson Corley, CEO of Star Nutrition. "We've been developing many extraordinary new products, like the Shredder line that Terje worked with us on. And our products are getting great reviews, such as the recent article in this month's Cycling Weekly."
Star Nutrition's Incrediwear products are made with Nano bamboo charcoal, Geranium, or a combination of both materials. Their proven Anion technology releases negative ions which energize the body's cellular walls, causing them to vibrate, and providing the wearer with many health benefits.
"Medical professionals and pro athletes love that our products are able to increase athletic performance and accelerate recovery after workouts or injury," said Corley.
Incrediwear products also increase blood circulation, improve range of motion, and reduce fatigue and inflammation. The comfortable fabric wicks away moisture and keeps the wearer thermo-regulated.
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