Thursday, August 7, 2008

Bryan Clay Takes Clothes Off His Olympic Back For Charity

2008 U.S. Olympic Team Media Summit

Nothing grabs the populace like a track star with his shirt off and with that in mind Bryan Clay has teamed up with WIN in the name of charity.

Bryan Clay, a 2004 Olympic decathlete silver medalist is a proven champion both on and off the field. Clay deserves a round of applause for his leadership and his work in the community. He is competing in Beijing after setting an U.S. Olympic Trials record in winning the U.S. Olympic Trials and is lending his for a worthy cause.

In July, Clay introduced a new charity initiative called “Take Your Shirts Off” supported by WIN Products, the official licensed detergent of the U.S. Olympic Team.

Clay is asking people donate workout clothes to WIN, who will then wash them and give them to Winning Is Giving, an organization promoting athletic activities for the youth in refugee camps throughout the world.

A list of participating retailers can be found at or the mail-in address where people can send donations.

By Jay Hicks.

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