by Scott Lee

REVERSED Partners with Anthony Speca

Partnership Announcement with Penn State Football Commit Anthony Sp...

February 27, 2024: REVERSED, LLC, proudly announces its partnership with Penn State football commit Anthony Speca. The partnership marks the first football partnership for REVERSED as it ventures into building its roster of sports partnerships and leveraging its unique brand identity to connect with athletes and fans alike.

Anthony Speca (from Bridgeville, PA) is a linebacker who recently completed his senior football season for storied Central Catholic High School in Pittsburg, PA, a program with several notable NFL alumni and current players, including the likes of Dan Marino, Marc Bulger, and Damar Hamlin. Anthony will be continuing his academic and football career at Penn State University next year, where he will come in as one of the top linebacker recruits in the country.

Commenting on this partnership, REVERSED partner K.C. Tenukas said, "REVERSED is fortunate to have a person like Anthony representing the brand. He is a tremendous person and student-athlete with a bright future ahead of him. In the words of the great Tom Brady, ‘Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people’, and we couldn’t hope for a better teammate in him.”

Anthony Speca commented, “I’m beyond blessed to have this opportunity to be a part of REVERSED. I feel like, as their first football partner, I can really make an impact to help grow the brand in the Pennsylvania market. I absolutely love the product and know it will be a big hit in HAPPY VALLEY!”

This collaboration signifies REVERSED's strategic expansion into sports, solidifying its position as a trendsetter in the apparel industry. By teaming up with Anthony Speca, REVERSED is able to tap into the rich history of State of Pennsylvania football and marks the beginning of the company’s expansion into college football.

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