Puration Brings EVERx CBD Sports Water To Africa At Arnold Sports Festival Johannesburg As Tana Body Painting Revolution Sponsor
Dallas, TX – April 30, 2019 – Puration, Inc. (USOTC: PURA) today announced its EVERx CBD Sports Water will debut in Africa at the Arnold Sports Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa May 17-19. EVERx was officially launched for the first time ever at the Arnold Classic in Columbus, Ohio in 2017, and now EVERx expands its presence at the Arnold Sports Festival events worldwide. EVERx today is the leading CBD infused sports nutrition beverage with over $1 million in sales. EVERx is now an official sponsor of Jan Tana’s Body Painting Revolution featured globally at Arnold Sports Festival venues worldwide and the EVERx booth can be found near Jan Tana’s Body Painting Revolution Stage in Johannesburg.
Jan Tana’s Bodypainting Revolution, A colorful and artistic event, returns to The Arnold in South Africa for the second straight year in 2019 after a spectacular recent production at the Arnold Classic Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio. This unique art exhibition and competition will take place completely in public view as artists paint models, taking more than six hours to complete in hopes to impress the judges, captivate photographers and delight audiences with breathtaking stage performances.
The Arnold Sport Festival hosts multi-sport festivals on six-continents each year, including the Arnold Classic Africa, which takes place in Johannesburg, Gauteng, each May. The Arnold Sports Festival USA is held in Columbus, Ohio in March, followed by events in Melbourne, Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong and Spain. All events feature professional bodybuilding and related contests, amateur bodybuilding, strength and combat sports, a large health and fitness expo and youth events that vary from continent to continent.
“The Arnold Classic Worldwide brand is now the largest series of multi-sport festivals in the world and we look forward to making each of our Arnold Classic weekends better than our previous best,” said James J. Lorimer, CEO of Classic Productions, Inc., who co-founded the Arnold Classic in Columbus with Governor Schwarzenegger.
Three years ago, four South African bodybuilding and sports enthusiasts collaborated to make the Arnold Sports Festival a reality on the African continent under the broad theme ‘My Sport, My Passion’. In partnership with the Gauteng Provincial Government and the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), Arnold Classic Africa affords athletes the opportunity to compete in an international competition, against participants from all continents, in Africa. Like its global counterparts, the African rendition embraces numerous sporting codes and promotes these through demonstrations, contests, record attempts and sports celebrities over three days each May.
Arnold Sport Festival Africa 2019 will take place over 4 venues, Sandton Convention Centre is the main venue, where the Trade Expo will also take place, Crawford College will host some of our various sporting codes, Country Club Johannesburg will be the venue for our Golf Classic, and Ten Pin Bowling will take place at the Northcliff Bowl.
For more information on Jan Tana, visit https://www.jantana.com/
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Source: Puration, Inc.