LAS VEGAS, NV– SUFFER President Joseph Lewis today stated that the Suffer Media Division will start marketing an Affiliate Training Center program to martial arts schools across the USA and Canada. The program will be open to new and existing Martial Arts Schools wishing to incorporate Mixed Martial Arts classes into their curriculum.
Heading the task of creating the curriculum will be Two Time UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir. As part of the program, schools will receive things such as Certification of Instructors, possible use of the Suffer name, and appearances from Frank Mir and other Suffer fighters to promote their businesses.
SUFFER President Joseph Lewis further stated, “This is further growth of the SUFFER brand. SUFFER plans on charging an upfront fee and monthly royalty determined by the level of participation selected by the affiliate. We see the potential of this program adding 1-2 Million dollars of yearly revenue to the Company. There are already several companies we are negotiating with.”
Each Affiliate Training Center will also be able to sell our product line, putting our products directly in front of our customer base and in cities that currently do not have stores catering to MMA fans.
More details are to be released on the company website www.sufferapparel.com this week.
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