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Iron Fist names Ryan as brand envoy for athletic line
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Jun '12
Iron Fist Clothing is proud to announce it has signed Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Ryan Roberts to the Iron Fist Athletic team. A fan favorite and regular on the nightly highlight reels, Roberts’ tough never say die attitude and passion for the game represent the core values of the Iron Fist Athletic line.

“I’m really excited to be joining the Iron Fist family,” Roberts said. “The brand’s edginess reflects my own sense of style and makes the partnership a perfect fit.”

“Ryan is a dynamic individual both on and off the field,” said Travis Anderson, Iron Fist CEO. “His never say die attitude and DIY spirit embody the Iron Fist attitude towards sports and competition. We are excited to have him on board and look forward to a great 2012 season.”

Ryan – better known by fans as “Tatman” – had a breakout 2011 season, establishing career highs in home run, RBI and runs, and his clutch hits helped lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to the National League West title. He was also selected after the season to play in the MLB All-Star series in Taiwan. Ryan enjoys spending time with his family, giving back to the community, and interacting with fans on both Twitter and Facebook.

Iron Fist was born out of diversity and is by no means an ordinary clothing and footwear brand; its philosophy and styling have set it apart from many of its street-wear and fashion counterparts. Creating because we feel like it, Iron Fist is impulsive, liberated and unapologetic.

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