Champa Bay Sports and Quantum Evolution become members of the NFL Alumni Tampa Chapter

Champa Bay Sports and Quantum Evolution were added as members of the NFL Alumni Tampa Chapter.

Starting in March 2022, the companies will be hosting monthly community events to bring together “champions” in the Tampa Bay area, in various professions, a statement said.

Ben Sever founded, and launched, Champa Bay Sports in 2021. Quantum Evolution, a close partner of Champa Bay Sports, is a corporate wellness and bio-optimization enterprise that has started providing Nobel prize-winning wellness regimens to health advocates, from professional athletes to corporate executives.

“The three-way partnership between Champa Bay Sports, Quantum Evolution and NFL Alumni are the types of innovative alliances that elite startups leverage for maximum brand awareness. As a co-founder and lead bio-optimization scientist, collaborating with Tampa’s fastest scaling retail brand plus the NFL Alumni’s health initiatives will maximize customer adoption, business development and credibility for all three entities. We are committed to making health, wellness, community, innovation and branding all one cohesive mission,” says Dorian Nolen, head of bio-optimization sciences at Quantum Evolution.

Starting in March, J.J. Massaro, vice president of strategic partnerships for Champa Bay Sports, will be hosting pop-up shops each week at local retail locations such as American Social, The Tampa Club and Sparkman Wharf. Champa Bay Sports also has a retail location by the Amalie Arena during each Tampa Bay Lightning home game.

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