Power Trip and The U.S. Army Get Tactical
Randy Robison, President of Robison's Inc., manufacturer of Power Trip, America's premium custom motorcycle apparel brand, is pleased to announce a comprehensive licensing agreement with the U.S. Army. The agreement calls for Power Trip to manufacture a line of technical on-road motorcycle and casual gear.
"The U.S. Army has a long history of motorcycle association," said Robison, "and we believe there will be a strong emotional attachment for both enlisted soldiers and veterans alike."
"As one of America's leading motorcycle apparel brands, Power Trip has used their design expertise to incorporate many unique features required by active duty soldiers who ride while serving in the U.S. Army," said Derrick Welch, Vice President of Sullivans USA Inc., the exclusive distributor of the U.S. Army apparel line, "at the same time it gives all motorcyclists an opportunity to show support for our nation's soldiers and the ongoing efforts of the U.S. Army."
Look for the release of the "Tactical Motorcycle Gear," official licensed U.S. Army collection by Power Trip in the fall, 2006.
Power Trip is a registered trademark of Robison's Inc. U.S. Army is a registered trademark used with permission from the U.S. Army.