9.15.2009

Silver Star Stacks the UFC 103 Fight Card


Silver Star Casting Company is yet again stacking the UFC deck with guys wearing their shirts for this weekend's UFC 103 event.

Silver Star has announced sponsorships of three fighters on the card - Rich Franklin, Frank Trigg and Rob Emerson.

From the Press Release:

(IRVINE, CA) – Rich “Ace” Franklin, Frank “Twinkle Toes” Trigg and Rob “The Saint” Emerson will be sponsored by Silver Star Casting Company with signature walkout tees for UFC 103 on September 19, 2009 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Silver Star has sponsored a minimum of one fighter for every UFC fight since UFC 94 where Georges St. Pierre won the welterweight title. UFC 103 marks the first time Silver Star will have three fighters representing the brand in the octagon.

Rich “Ace” Franklin (27-4-0) will be walking out in his “American Fighter Rich Franklin” walkout tee as he goes head to head in the main event against former UFC light heavyweight champion, Vitor Belfort. Frank “Twinkle Toes” Trigg (19-6, MMA, 2-3 UFC) will debut Silver Star's first fight shorts in the octagon, as well his signature walkout tee as he battles against John Koshchek. Lastly, Rob “The Saint” Emerson (10-7-0) will take on Rafael Dos Anjos while wearing his signature “The Saint” walkout tee.

“Silver Star is dedicated to supporting MMA, the athletes who devote their lives to the sport,” said Silver Star owner, Luke Burrett. “We are very fortunate to have three of the finest fighters competing in UFC 103, and we think the event is the perfect platform to introduce some of our new product.”

Silver Star Casting Company is an “in demand” lifestyle clothing brand with an innovative style. Based in the apparel hub of So. California, Silver Star delivers trend setting merchandise to retailers nationwide. Seen on athletes and celebrities alike the brand is available through Macy’s, Dillard’s, Tilly’s, Journey’s, Pac Sun, and more. In over 3,000 doors nationally and over 45 countries globally, Silver Star has been defining and setting apparel trends for over 16 years.





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