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Zensah Launches Redesigned Website
Date:3/22/2013

use Zensah’s compression technology as part of their training, racing, and recovery. Visitors are also able to easily discover expos where they can purchase Zensah and when their local running store is holding a Zensah Saturday event. The Zensah Blog was also redesigned, which features general interest articles, exercise and fitness tips, as well as industry news.

About Zensah: Zensah® is a Miami-based company, specializing in sports compression apparel. Their seamless compression products are praised by athletes and fitness enthusiasts, including runners, cyclists, and triathletes. Zensah® offers compression products for performance and recovery. According to Leisure Trends Group Specialty Running RetailTRAK™, Zensah® has the number one selling Compression Leg Sleeves in the US for Running Specialty.

Suzanne Kerpel
marketing(at)zensah(dot)com
Zensah Compression Apparel
(305) 935-4619

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