Sara Perkins from Punishment Athletics sent along the following:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TITO ORTIZ’ PUNISHMENTATHLETICS.COM GETS A NEW LOOK
Sportswear Site is Now Easier to Use with More Features
LOS ANGELES — (January 24, 2008) — PunishmentAthletics.com, the website featuring sportswear clothing offered by mixed martial arts fighter Tito Ortiz, has a new look and feel as well as a new picture gallery of the famous athlete and his pals.
The new website makes shopping for men’s and women’s clothing easier and faster. It will be updated each week with new styles and merchandise and it even gives users an occasional peek at Ortiz’ girlfriend, Jenna Jameson who not only models several of the women’s styles but also graces several other pages throughout the site.
“We wanted to give our customers and fans a better idea of how the clothes actually look on real people,” says Ortiz. “So we’ve included a really comprehensive gallery of the new styles with great models who our customers will relate to.” Ortiz himself models many of the styles and there’s even a special section for clothing designed for infants, toddlers and kids.
The site also includes an easy-to-use retail locator that enables visitors to find the stores near them that sell Punishment Athletics clothing.
About Tito Ortiz
Jacob “Tito” Ortiz is a legendary MMA fighter. His career has been mostly within the Ultimate Fighting Championship organization where he was Light-Heavyweight champion and became one of the UFC’s shining stars. A native of Huntington Beach , CA , Ortiz is also known as “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” and is admired as both a colorful showman and talented athlete. He has been profiled in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times along with numerous other news and sports news outlets. His acting ability and charisma have earned him roles in several films and TV series. He can currently be seen on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” which airs on Thursdays at 9pm ET. Other projects include growing his business, keeping fit for upcoming fights and finishing his autobiography for Simon & Schuster. Ortiz donates significant time to charitable work, makes appearances to support the U.S. troops and heads a successful sportswear firm, Punishment Athletics.