Top 10 Rugby Brands in the USA by NationalRugbyPost.com

National Rugby Post lists Top 10 Rugby Brands in the USA.

Top Brand Champion System Rugby 2015February 1, 2015 -Denver, Colorado, NationalRugbyPost (www.nationalrugbypost.com) today released it’s inaugural Top 10 Rugby Brands in the USA listing. The listing captures the most impactful brands in the sport of Rugby in the United States for 2015. 2015 is a big year for Rugby with the Rugby World Cup on stage in September in England. The Top 10 Rugby Brands listing comes just ahead of the the biggest tournament preview for the world stage – The Six Nations Tournament. Here is a listing preview:

USA Rugby (National Team)
Tiger Rugby
National Rugby Football League
Rugby Town USA
Champion System Rugby
NBC
Pacific Rugby Championship
United World Sports
AIG

To read the full article visit http://nationalrugbypost.com/top-rugby-brands-usa/.

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Champion System, a worldwide leader in custom technical apparel, was founded in 2005 and has quickly earned the reputation as a company offering the finest quality handmade garments for a wide range of sports and activities including Rugby.
Strong customer relationships and close collaboration with the world’s top athletes has been the key to Champion System’s success. Our distinctive and stylish garments are worn by Olympians, National and World Champions, and recreational athletes of all levels.
Our goal is to allow the customer to be their own brand and we are known far and wide for our solid commitment to pioneering innovative, race-proven garments that can be customized with virtually any design. Along the way we have revolutionized sublimation printing, redefined garment construction and simplified the custom ordering process. With offices in 22 countries Champion System continues to set the standard in the custom apparel industry.

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The National Rugby Post provides news and analysis about the business of rugby for forward-thinking rugby enthusiasts, teams and businesses. We specialize in rugby business analysis. We cover a range of trends, from professionalism, sponsorship, legality, new approach, media, and commercialism. We try to explain what these trends mean for business, rugby executives and other thought leaders in the growing sport of rugby. Our stories help executives make better decisions regarding sponsorship, investment and monetizing the sport of rugby.