|OtterBox Partner with Denver Broncos|
Friday, 27 April 2012 00:18
Premium iPhone protective case manufacturer OtterBox, headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo., has partnered with the Denver Broncos for the 2012 season as the “Official Protector of the Denver Broncos’ Digital Playbook.”
As early adopters of the modern methodology, the Broncos are among the first in the league to deploy Apple devices to all players and coaches. The team will use the PlayerLync application, supported by Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network. But the real advantage is what they use to protect their delicate digital playbooks. Each team iPad will be outfitted with an OtterBox Defender Series case – known globally as the premium protective solution for technology.
“The Denver Broncos are proud to partner with OtterBox on this project,” said Denver Broncos Senior Vice President of Business Development Mac Freeman. “The adoption of the digital playbook represents a positive step into modern technology for the Broncos. OtterBox is the perfect protector for this new team asset.”
The switch from 500-page printouts to 64-gigabyte iPads will greatly decrease printer and paper costs each season. Simply keeping the devices protected with OtterBox brings a cost savings to the team as well.
OtterBox Director of Marketing Brian Ewing, said: “I have confidence our team won’t fumble on the field but if it happens to these tablets in the locker room or on the way to the airport, OtterBox will protect the game. The idea is for OtterBox to become known in the world of football as another piece of essential, protective gear. Players come to training camp at the beginning of the season and pick up their helmet, pads, playbook and OtterBox.”
by Ismail Uddin