Alaxo Airway Stents Announces Two-Time NFL Super Bowl Champion Mark Collins Joins Alaxo

Mr. Terry Bayliss Reports

Alaxo Airway Stents (Alaxo) is pleased to announce that Mark Collins has joined Alaxo as a Spokesperson and Ambassador, effective June 1, 2020.

"We are excited to welcome Mark as Alaxo’s new Spokesperson and Ambassador,” said Terry Bayliss, CEO of Alaxo. "As Alaxo starts exploring the athletic market for our airway stents, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge and elite sport experience, having excelled at the highest level of football and by playing in three Super Bowls.”

About Mark Collins

Born in St. Louis, MO, and raised in San Bernardino, CA, Mark knows what you can achieve with hard work and determination. Mark attended Pacific High School where he obtained a football scholarship to Cal St. Fullerton. After college, Mark was drafted by the NY Giants in the second round (44th overall) in the 1986 NFL Draft.

Mark spent 13 years as a professional cornerback and safety, playing in three Super Bowls. In his first year with the NY Giants, he started at cornerback as the Giants won Super Bowl XXI.  Five years later the Giants won Super Bowl XXV with Mark being awarded Defensive MVP. 

After his playing days, Mark wanted to help kids in his hometown and nationally get an opportunity to secure an education through sports. This lead to Mark starting 2Five Sports Recruiting. 2Five Sports works with school districts to help student-athletes gain exposure for sports scholarships.

Mark is a former Board member of the NFL Alumni and has continued to remain very active with the Alumni. A primary mission of the NFL Alumni is “Caring For Our Own”. The Alumni are committed to assisting players in their post-NFL life, with a major focus on health and well-being.

Mark is extremely committed to giving back to the community. Working in conjunction with Mansfield Energy and their non-profit organization Mansfield Cares, Mark is an active supporter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Over the years, Mansfield has raised over $8 million to support MDA and other charitable organizations.

Mark also works with the Big Brother’s and Sisters where he resides in Overland Park, Kansas, and is also an active supporter of U.S. Military Veterans.

Mark Collins states, “I am excited to join the Alaxo team. As an emerging technology, Alaxo provides many health benefits to people of all ages. As we learn more about nasal nitric oxide, Alaxo has the potential to have a major impact in the athletic world, day-to-day health and well-being as well as a potential treatment for COVID-19”

 About Alaxo Airway Stents

Alaxo Airway Stents (Alaxo) offers FDA and Health Canada registered, internationally patented, innovative stent-based therapies to support healthy, natural, nasal breathing solutions for snoring, sleep apnea and enhanced athletic performance.

Made of nitinol, a nickel-titanium alloy that has super-elastic characteristics, our innovative stents support the upper airway passage to allow for better airflow and easier breathing, whether for more restful sleep or during physical activity including sports.

The Alaxo product line is clinically proven to improve nasal breathing, improve sleep and enhance athletic performance. The AlaxoStent is clinically tested and bears the CE Mark for the treatment of patients with obstructive sleep apnea or snoring.

Our stents support other quality of life issues such as allergies, rhinitis, chronic rhinitis, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis and the support of over 100 autoimmune diseases. Our reusable Stents can be part of your daily and nightly lifestyle and can be worn for up to 18 hours a day.

In a recent paper written by Dr. Peter Zenner, Alaxo stents have also been identified as a potential treatment for coronavirus (SARS-CoV)¹ based viruses due to increased production of Inhaled Nitric Oxide as an evidence-based, effective therapeutic for imminent and manifested respiratory insufficiency conditions.

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