Thursday, March 18, 2010

SPORTS:Haitian-American Andre Berto Launched his Online Store Featuring Signature Apparel

(WINTER HAVEN, FLA.) – WBC Welterweight World Champion Andre Berto (Winter Haven, Fla.) (25-0, 19 KOs) launched his official online store this past Tuesday. Made for the boxing enthusiast, Andre Berto apparel is available exclusively through Berto’s signature website. With its own fresh and accessible aesthetic, the collection prices range from $22 to $26 and includes women’s logo tees, men’s logo t-shirts in red and black, Uppercut t-shirts and logo hats.

“I worked hard to create items for both men and women that showcase the Andre Berto brand, and I know that my fans will love them,” Berto said. “My fans have always been the driving force behind my success, and I can’t wait to see them in the stands in their official Andre Berto gear.”

Berto launched his official website, in September of 2008 shortly before his first title defense of his WBC crown against Steve Forbes. Yet, this will be the first time consumers can purchase official Andre Berto apparel. Fans can also check out the merchandise for sale on site at the BankAtlantic Center at his April 10th fight in Sunrise, Florida.

The 26-year-old World Champion is currently in training camp in Winter Haven, Fla., in preparation for his highly anticipated return to the ring against former titleholder Carlos Quintana (27-2, 21 KOs) of Puerto Rico. The bout, which will be broadcast live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing, will headline a card named Fighting For Haiti, and a percentage of the ticket proceeds will go to the Berto Dynasty Foundation Haiti Relief Fund benefitting Project Medishare.

Berto plans to continue to add new and unique items to the online store so stay tuned to see the latest and greatest from the WBC Welterweight champ.

Andre Berto is the World Boxing Council Welterweight World Champion and maintains a perfect 25-0 record as a professional. An accomplished amateur with numerous national titles, Berto represented Haiti in the 2004 Olympic Games. Outside of the ring, he champions the cause of Haitian citizens through his Berto Dynasty Foundation.

Source: DogHouseBoxing

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