Solar Chlorella named the Official Superfood of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty

TORRANCE, California, 17th December 2020 / PRNewswire / – Sun Chlorella has been named the Official Superfood of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty.

The partnership includes Sun Chlorella becoming the presentation sponsor of the Nets Training Camp, along with the branding integrated into the HSS Training Center, Nets’ state-of-the-art training facility in Brooklyn. Sun Chlorella will receive on-field digital signage for all Nets and Liberty home games at the Barclays Center and will work with the Nets to create a custom set of social media content highlighting the importance of nutritious food choices and a healthy lifestyle. In addition, the company will be involved in upcoming Nets health and wellness virtual events and Nets season ticket holders will receive exclusive offers on Sun Chlorella products.

Sun Chlorella is the world’s leading supplier of Chlorella and Eleuthero nutritional supplements, offering one of the most digestible Chlorella products on the market. A complete nutritional nutrient-rich food that contains vitamins (such as vitamin D and active B12), minerals (such as iron) and more chlorophyll than most plant-based foods, Chlorella gives the body nourishment, immune system support and wellbeing unique and naturally occurring through its diet Characteristics. Sun Chlorella Powder is also the only Chlorella supplement on the market today that is NSF Certified for Sports and Informed Sport certified. This means that it has undergone rigorous testing, making it one of the best chlorella products available.

“The Nets and Liberty are proud to partner with Sun Chlorella,” he said Chris Insolera, Vice President Global Partnership Sales at BSE Global. “Herbal supplements like Sun Chlorella are growing in popularity as people increasingly choose to eat healthier habits. We are delighted to have Sun Chlorella as an official superfood partner and look forward to working with them to promote clean Eating and healthy living. “

“We’re excited to be the official superfood of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty,” he said Futoshi Nakayama, President and CEO of Sun Chlorella Corporation. “Health and wellness are of the utmost importance to us – especially at a time like this – and we are proud to join a team of elite athletes who take their health as seriously as we do. We are pleased to officially announce our partnership . “”

ABOUT SUN CHLORELLA
Sun Chlorella has been the premium Chlorella company for over 50 years. Origin in JapanSun Chlorella uses DYNO®-Mill pulverization and sets standards for the highest purity, quality, bioavailability and digestibility. You can find Sun Chlorella products at The Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods Market, Sprouts Farmer’s Market, Amazon, and many other health food stores. Sun Chlorella is also proud to be the official superfood of the Premier Lacrosse League. For more information about Sun Chlorella products, visit: www.sunchlorellausa.com and follow us on Instagram (@SunChlorellaUSA) (@sunchlorella_official) (@sport_sunchlorella), Facebook (@SunChlorella), Twitter (@sunchlorellausa), YouTube (SunChlorella ). and Pinterest (Sun Chlorella United States of America).

ABOUT BSE GLOBAL
BSE Global manages and operates the Barclays Center, Brooklyn Nets, NBA G League team, Long Island Nets, and the NBA 2K League partner NetsGC. BSE Global also supports the management of New York Liberty, the WNBA sister team of the Brooklyn Nets. Through programming, marketing, sales and operations, BSE Global provides dynamic content and experiences for fans and audiences.

CONTACT:

Sun Chlorella contact:

Black Dog Studio
Susan Fecko
Telephone: 307.690.8381
[email protected]

Global BSE contacts:

Mandy Gutmann
Senior Vice President, Communications
Telephone 718.942.9587
[email protected]

Rachael Lewis
Manager, communication
Telephone: 718.942.9579
[email protected]

Kristen Roberts
Executive Assistant Communications
Telephone: 718.704.7332
[email protected]

SOURCE Sun Chlorella

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