AWMA Now Offering Personalization on All ProForce Gear This Winter


Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/24/2014 -- AWMA® can provide everything martial arts trainers need to properly equip their students. Blank materials can be branded with school logos and trainer names. Teams can decide on a signature look. Instructors can use uniform patches to reward high-achieving students. AWMA® now offers personalization on all their foam ProForce gear. Custom patches, silk screening, and embroidery are also available.

After submitting a logo and placing an order, customers will receive logo patches and blank gear. Applying logos is easy with the process detailed on AWMA®’s website. Blank gear is available in red, black, metallic blue, white, pink, yellow, purple, and silver. New gear can be ordered at any time, and AWMA® does not enforce any minimums for online orders.

AWMA® has a full line of kid karate uniforms and belts for students of any age, size, and skill level. Available items include beginners’ gis from Adidas and Judo uniforms from ProForce. All martial arts styles are represented – Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Hapkido, and Karate. ProForce Thunder belts have 8 line stitching and come in sizes 0-8. AWMA® has uniform patches signifying instructors, academic achievers, the principles of martial arts, and much more. Dress students and teams in style this winter with personalized gear from AWMA®. The company continues to be one of the top providers of martial arts supplies.

Start off 2014 with a fully personalized martial arts experience from the best in the business. For more information on personalization and other services from AWMA®, visit their website or call 800-345-2962.

About AWMA®
AWMA®, Asian World of Martial Arts, is a one stop shop for martial arts enthusiasts of all kinds. With apparel, gear bags, patches, uniforms, training equipment and weapons while providing all the essentials for sports like boxing, all martial arts, and MMA the web site for AWMA® has left nothing out.

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