May 2009, Kabul, Afganistan - Extreme Pain Clothing provided 21 shirts to the U.S. Army.
Glenn Dietz, President of Extreme Pain Clothing commented, "Sgt. Thomas Tomasiak was the inspiration behind our donation to his company as well as U.N. troops that he finds time to train in the martial art of Aikido. It's a little something that we can do to show our support for those men and women who sacrifice for our country."
Extreme Pain Clothing Debuts Stunning New Designs
Aug. 2, 2008, Long Beach, CA: Over 6,000 attendees flocked to the 43rd annual Long Beach International Karate Tournament and the 1st annual International Mixed Martial Arts Exposition at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Extreme Pain Clothing was a hit with a 20’ display of clothing and artwork by the internationally renowned artist and martial artist Ed Parker, Jr., as well as many other art driven selections.
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Extreme Pain Gear Helps in the fight against Diabetes
Be a Part of the Rip's B.A.D. Ride Volunteer Team
RIP’s B.A.D Ride Sunday, June 8, 2008
Rip was a legendary editor for Easyrider magazine who lived with Diabetes. He organized the first and second ride until his life was cut short by the disease. His friends, family and associates have carried on in his name to continue the success that he started eleven years ago. Bikers register to ride though a donation and can raise additional funds though pledges. The money goes to the American Diabetes Association for Cure, Care and Commitment to the nearly 20 million who suffer with the disease.
“Extreme Pain Clothing was honored to be invited and be a part of such a worthy cause,” commented Glenn Dietz, President of Bluefin Holding Company the parent of the Extreme Pain line. “Our customer base extends to such a wide variety of individuals and the biker community is one that has embraced our designs and commitment to quality with our apparel. We look forward to next year’s event.”
Each year, more than one million volunteers offer their valuable time or resources to the American Diabetes Association to further our mission of research, education and prevention. We are fortunate to have a diverse base of support in communities across the nation. Our "volunteer power" ensures that we can serve the diabetes community to the best of our ability. This dreaded disease is on the increase and together we can beat it!
By volunteering, you can touch the lives of family, friends, co-workers and anyone else in your community who lives with diabetes. To sign up for the volunteer team, please contact us or call 1-888-DIABETES to reach your local office.
To learn more, check out RIP’s Bikers Against Diabetes
AMA B.A.D. RIDE Vendor Agreement
Extreme Pain Clothing headlines Bike Nite at the Famous Bartels' Harley-Davidson
Marina Del Rey, CA May 16, 2008 - Extreme Pain Clothing participates at Bike Nite at the Famous Bartels' Harley-Davidson. Over 200 riders attended the event which featured live radio feeds, a BBQ, photos of custom Harley-Davidsons, vendors and a raffle with proceeds going to a local So. Cal. charity. Bike Nites at the Famous Bartels' Harley-Davidson are an institution during the balmy nights in Southern California. Held once a month on Friday nights, it's the place to be!
Extreme Pain Clothing at the World Kenpo Karate Championships
March 27-30, 2008 Fort Regent, Jersey, UK; Extreme Pain Clothing goes international as the only apparel company represented at the World Kenpo Karate Championships attended by over 1,000 participants and spectators from around the globe.
Celebrating the contributions of Senior Grand Master Ed Parker to American Kenpo Karate this three day event included seminars, competitions, exhibitions, an awards banquet and our line up of clothing designed by Master Artist and World Kenpo Ambassador Ed Parker, Jr.