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Champ freshens up web presence

12.00am 20th October 2011 - Corporate

CHAMP Spikes has revamped its corporate website, showcasing all of its innovative and performance-enhancing product ranges in a more informative and visually striking fashion than ever before.

The website – – is quick to load, easy to navigate, and is packed with detail that brings to life the features and benefits of its stunning product range, from the Lotus technology found in the CHAMP Zarma® spike, to the visible ‘C’ wear design in its ScorpionSTINGER™ Spikes. The wide range of thread technologies and accessories that have made CHAMP the leading player in this sector of the marketplace also can be found on the site.

In addition to its wide golf product range, the website highlights CHAMP’s extensive offerings of traction technology across all sports, including American Football, football, baseball, rugby, lacrosse, track and cricket, where the company’s rich heritage in ground-breaking cleat technology is amply displayed.

Retailers can also check out the wide range of point of purchase units that are available to help raise the profile of CHAMP products in the sales environment, while the constantly-updated News & Events section allow both consumers and industry professionals to keep track of new product launches, as well as stay in touch with CHAMP’s successes around the world.

All of the latest imagery and collateral is available on the site to the convenience of all our customers and fans. There are also links to CHAMP’s newly-launched Facebook page and Twitter feed, that feature regular promotions, competitions and news items, and which are ready and waiting to link golfers up with CHAMP’s online community.


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