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Grass Valley, CA, United States, 2011/10/26 - Sun Born becomes official sponsor of the NCFL. Gives exclusive distribution rights to NCFL for their pain relief and sports training product - Herbal Chi Balm - SunBornNaturalProducts.com.
After weeks of talks, the Northern California Football League (NCFL) finalized an Agreement making Sun Born Natural Products Company an official sponsor of the league. In return, Sun Born gave exclusive distribution rights to the NCFL for their pain relief and sports training product, Herbal Chi Balm. Sun Born also gave exclusive national rights to the NCFL to distribute their products to officials, such as the National Association of Sports Officials (NASO), and similar organizations across America.
The Agreement will raise money for the NCFL through sales of Herbal Chi Balm to all the minor league teams within the organization, and to officials in all sports nationwide. Sun Born (SunBornNaturalProducts.com) will contribute a generous portion of the proceeds into the NCFL fund. Sun Born and the NCFL will support each others efforts by providing reciprocal promotion on their respective websites, literature, banners, and other marketing material.
NCFL Commissioner Gus Lopez, and Sun Born's president Roland G. Ludlow finalized the Agreement on Wednesday.
"Commissioner Lopez and I have put together a mutually beneficial Agreement, and we are both very satisfied with the terms. We are proud to be an official sponsor for the NCFL, which is a very ethical organization that we hold in hi esteem", said Roland G. Ludlow, president of Sun Born Natural Products Company.
Currently, the NCFL is revamping the organization, and plans to give the organization a "face-lift" that will help increase attendance to football games, bring in new sponsors, more advertising, and elevated media exposure.
About Herbal Chi Balm
Herbal Chi Balm, is a specialized all natural product used for relief of pain, and as a body energizer for rigorous sports training. The product is endorsed and used by people such as 3x lightweight world champion Tony "The Tiger" Lopez; actress Marina Anderson, ex-wife of TV Kung Fu Icon David Carradine; world class sprinter and 100m record holder Patrick Johnson, and many more athletes, doctors, and professionals.