Atlanta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/20/2016 -- Most sports injuries occur as a result of little or no protective gear. Protect Your Egg has unveiled it's latest collection of sturdy and stylish protective head gear to reduce the risks of severe head injuries. Protect Your Egg's online store is offering variety of protective head gear to the professional as well as amateur athletes. The creators of Protect Your Egg understands the importance of head protection, therefore the head gear is affordable to the common consumer.
"Protect Your Egg can be used in conjunction with helmets for a variety of contact sports i.e. football, hockey, baseball, lacrosse, and X Games Sports. Protect Your Egg would be perfect for the NFL, College Football, High School and Little League football considering the head issues the sport is having. It can also be used for soccer, flag football, basketball, skiing, skate boarding, bicycling, skating, or rock climbing", said Manny Showalter, the founder of the company.
About Protect Your Egg
Protect Your Egg was hatched in Atlanta, Georgia in 2015 by inventor Manny Showalter. According to Manny, after years of playing sports and coaching, he saw that it is essential to minimize the risk of receiving head injuries while playing sports among other things. "Others who can benefit from Protect Your Egg are the handicapped, mentally challenged, and even wobbly toddlers who are in the beginning stages of walking. This head gear allows individuals to have fun expressing their personal style while offering protection for their heads, whether using it outdoor or indoor. We take pride in our product and believe in safety in all sports -it is stylish yet sturdy but most importantly it's a safe guard for the consumer's head", Manny added.
Protect Your Egg is an online store selling head protection. All products from Protect Your Egg are custom-made by hand in the USA.
To know more, visit http://www.protectyouregg.com/
T: (410) 262-9980
Company is also looking for $500K investor for an equity stake in the company.