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Shock Doctor Signs Dalton Pompey

Shock Doctor Signs Professional Baseball Player Dalton Pompey

Canadian athlete joins a growing list of United Sports Brands ambassadors supporting all three brands


Fountain Valley, Calif. (September 6, 2016) – Leading athletic protection and performance brands Shock Doctor, McDavid and Cutters announced today their sponsorship of professional baseball player, Dalton Pompey, outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball. The partnership reinforces the ongoing commitment to support athletes as they strive to make their name in professional sports by providing them with the products they need to perform and stay safe on the field.

A native of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, 23-year-old Pompey made his major league debut in September 2014 with the Toronto Blue Jays, but returned to the minors to hone his skills.  In 2015, Pompey was called up once again by the Blue Jays to provide the team with necessary assistance stealing bases and critical outfield support.  “I’m excited to continue my relationship with Cutters, and now wear Shock Doctor and McDavid products too. I know their products will keep me protected and in the line-up throughout my pro career," said Pompey.

 Pompey’s speed on the base paths and talented defense capabilities have not gone unnoticed, giving the outfielder a prime opportunity to work towards becoming a household name in Major League Baseball. Pompey will join a growing list of ambassadors promoting multiple brands within the United Sports Brands portfolio including: Shock Doctor, McDavid and Cutters.

 “The partnership with Dalton Pompey reinforces our brands commitment to athletes across the globe and in every sport,” said Tony Armand, CEO of United Sports Brands, the parent company of Shock Doctor, McDavid and Cutters. “We’re looking forward to supporting Dalton as he launches his efforts towards a career in Major League Baseball, by providing cutting edge technology and products to assist him with his performance goals.”