Media Powers announced today that they have renewed their Agency of Record agreement with Titin Tech for 2014.
January 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Media Powers is a full service media agency with the capabilities to research, plan, negotiate, implement, review and optimize multimedia campaigns including but not limited to TV, Radio, Print, Digital, Out Of Home and Event Sponsorships.
When asked for a comment Media Powers' COO/Janitor Bill Powers said "We are excited to continue our relationship with Titin Tech. The Titin Force gear is such a unique, high quality garment it really peaks the interest of the media world when we present it. Watching this company grow over the last two years and being able to help play a vital role with their management team has been very rewarding.
The TITIN FORCE™ is the world's only weighted compression workout apparel system. The shirt is a heavy-duty, three part, weighted shirt system featuring a zippered inner shirt with 14 strategically placed pockets that place 8 pounds of fit-right, hydro-gel inserts across your upper body and upper arms. A double-stitched, moisture-wicking compression shirt locks down the weight while promoting increased blood circulation. Wear it hot. Wear it cold. Wear this 8-pound shirt system for a HyperGravity training program that helps your body, build explosive speed, strength and teeth-gritting endurance.
Asked for a comment Titin Tech President and CEO Patrick Whaley said "Since 2012 I have been working with Media Powers on multiple channels of outreach. They are very responsive and were able to understand my target demographic within one meeting. They gathered a list of ideas of potential channels to market through in a matter of weeks with pricing, ROI, and any metrics one would need to make a decision. One example of their negotiating power was with ESPN Magazine, taking the price down over 90% to capitalize on Christmas sales! Both Bill and Mike are a pleasure to work with and I find it a blessing we crossed paths. I only wish we found each other sooner."