SpongeTech to Host Safina Autograph Session
NEW YORK — SpongeTech® Delivery Systems, Inc. (“SpongeTech”) “The Smarter Sponge™”, (OTCBB: SPNG), announced today that Dinara Safina, the world’s first ranked women’s tennis player, will be present at the SpongeTech promotional booth located on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center to sign autographs during the 2009 US Open on Friday, September 4 from 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. SpongeTech will be featured on-site at the 2009 US Open through courtside signage in Arthur Ashe Stadium and their promotional booth on the grounds.
Dinara Safina is the world’s first ranked female tennis player. Russian-born Safina was the runner up at the 2009 French Open and a silver medalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She has been a runner up in three Grand Slam singles tournaments and won the doubles title at the 2007 US Open with Natalie Dechy.
“We are thrilled to align ourselves with Ms. Safina, a premier tennis talent, to maximize our presence at a prestigious event that holds an international fan base,” stated Michael Metter, CEO of SpongeTech. “We expect to have plenty of media exposure during the US Open and at the autograph signing session this Friday. SpongeTech has been provided a great opportunity to showcase our brand name worldwide during this 2 week event.”
SpongeTech has recently begun sponsoring multiple teams within the NFL, including the New York Giants and Jets. The Company continues to grow its sports sponsorship portfolio in 2009, which have included leveraging MLB teams and the World Football Challenge.
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