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Jennifer Brady announces Flex Seal partnership
The American is looking forward to collaborating with the American brand, both digitally and on-site at major events.
Published Jul 14, 2021
As Jennifer Brady recovers from plantar fasciitis and a bone bruise that has kept her off court since retiring in the third round of Roland Garros, the American took to Instagram to announce her latest partnership with Flex Seal.
Flex Seal makes everything from adhesives to hurricane prep kits.
"I'm excited to be working with the Flex Seal Family of Products. I love that they are an American owned brand and I think their products are awesome," Brady said in a press release. "I've actually been using their products around the house. I know our partnership will be a great one."
Good friends Sloane Stephens and Jessica Pegula were quick to react to the latest deal.
“Send me some!!!!!!!" Stephens wrote on Instagram.
Brady responded, "got chuuu. Get me that g wagon," a reference to the Mercedes giveaway Stephens launched to support the USTA.
“Sweet now my dad doesn’t have to buy this off of infomercials anymore!” Pegula wrote. To that, the American replied, “hahaha, grab some when you come to Orlando," Pegula commented.
The Flex Seal partnership will include digital collaborations in addition to on-site activations during major events. Currently, the 26-year-old is also sponsored by Asics, Babolat and ATP Labs.
Brady is still set to make her Olympic debut later this month.