Growing Interest in Volleyball Across the US

SwatchFLNick on 02-11-2017

By Rox Volleyball, Special for  USDR

Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena, Olympians and Florida natives, signed a multi-year deal last week with the Florida-based volleyball apparel line, Rox Volleyball. The duo and Rox Volleyball are both nationally recognized for their dedication specifically to the sport of volleyball. Working together they will launch a series of camps and clinics that will promote the growth of the sport amongst junior  athletes.

“We are super excited about the relationship with Rox Volleyball,” said Phil Dalhausser, a three-time Olympian and gold medalist, “We plan to create high-end clinics with the USA Volleyball Strength Coach. He will be giving girls tips on strengthening and we will give instant feedback on what we want to see them change in their  technique.”

“We know the future of volleyball lies within the hands of the junior athlete,” said Rox Volleyball Founder and CEO, Danielle Olson, “The partnership will make quality training more accessible for athletes across the  country.”

Nick Lucena, Dalhausser’s partner in the 2016 Summer Olympics, says he plans to create something that wasn’t available to him when he started playing beach  volleyball.

“No one ever told me ‘Hey this is what it takes to become a professional beach volleyball player.’ That was never a topic, dream or even a thought,” said Lucena, “You had to move out to California where beach volleyball was a much bigger sport and get involved with USA Volleyball to learn that. Our goal is to implement it in areas around the country that don’t have the availability, education or  knowledge.”

The camps and clinics are set to launch this spring and will be tied into the company’s junior volleyball tour, the RoxVB Series. The mission of the RoxVB Series is to unite the sport of volleyball across the nation by offering competitive play with no required memberships fees or organization  affiliation.

Rox Volleyball will also be launching a signature line for the Olympians in early May. The line will be a collection of their favorite board  shorts.

“Rox Volleyball’s board shorts are by far the best board shorts I’ve played in,” said Dalhausser, “I just think the material is perfect for beach volleyball – there’s a little bit of stretch. Sometimes you have to get low and you need a little stretch in your board  shorts.”

Dalhausser signed the four-year endorsement deal late last Wednesday night. Lucena signed his deal late last Friday. The deal is set to expire in 2021, but the partners and Rox Volleyball hope to continue to create a legacy long after  that.

For more information, visit http://www.roxvolleyball.com/. For more information on the RoxVB Series, visit  http://www.roxvbseries.com/.

About Rox  Volleyball

Rox Volleyball is a volleyball-focused athletic apparel company founded in 2008 by CEO, Danielle Olson. The RVB commitment is to transcend the world of beach and indoor volleyball apparel by fusing performance, function and  fashion.

The company, located in Saint Augustine, Florida, has established a USA-based factory, launched a juniors’ national beach volleyball tour, and established itself as the leader in sublimation apparel. For more information, visit  www.roxvolleyball.com.

SOURCE Rox  Volleyball

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