Once again everyone, I can’t thank you enough for all of the support you’ve given me. Fighting and winning the UFC World title is absolutely my focus.
But as most of you know about a year ago I also launched my Straight Outta Cleveland clothing line. Straight Outta Cleveland is my business. It’s a creative and entrepreneurial outlet for me. It’s important to me. I have a big vision for the company and it’s something that can help support me after I’ve retired from fighting. So my hope is that I can tap into your pride in Cleveland…and together we can make Straight Outta Cleveland a bit of a movement. Let’s make it the brand that everyone from Cleveland needs to have…. So as we get ready for the holidays, I wanted to start promoting some of the different Straight Outta Cleveland styles that are available…and maybe I can help make your Black
shopping even more fun and your gifts even more memorable…
As the sport of mixed martial arts continues to grow globally, fighters and fans alike are starting to see more main stream companies jumping into the MMA mix in search of exposure to what is the most coveted demographic in all of advertising and undoubtedly one in which the sport of MMA has secured with its explosive growth over the past 10 plus years. Fans of the UFC and of the world’s sixth ranked bantamweight fighter, Jessica Eye, have likely already gotten a glimpse of the one of these trend setting companies in Good Greens whose logo has been featured prominently on Eye’s banner, trunks and top for each of her first two UFC bouts.
Last week the Ohio based nutritional energy bar giant signed Eye to a one year extension that will run thru October of 2015. “Im extremely excited and honored to continue my partnership and fitness campaign with Good Greens in 2015”, stated Eye. “Its easy to get behind a product and company such as Good Greens when you truly believe that what you’re endorsing is going to improve people’s lives. It’s not just a sponsorship to me but more of another opportunity to help people learn about proper nutrition and that not everything healthy you eat has to taste bad” continued Eye.
“Good Greens is thrilled to be in Jessica’s corner” said John Huff, Good Greens CEO “her energy and passion is contagious…for her sport, her fans, and her community. Jessica’s commitment to fitness and helping others is second to none. She is going to accomplish much, both inside and outside the ring.”
Fans and athletes can learn more about Good Greens by visiting the company’s official website at www.Goodgreens.com and can also follow them via twitter @goodgreensbars. Eye and Good Greens plan to debut a new monthly nutritional blog on JessicaEvilEye.com in the weeks to come which will include health tips, giveaways and fan contests among other Good Greens inspired content. Eye is currently preparing for her next UFC bout set to take place on November 15th as part of UFC 180 in Mexico City against Leslie Smith.