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VooDoo Merchandise Partnership Announced

Tuesday February 25, 2014

 New Orleans (February 25, 2014) -- The New Orleans VooDoo are proud to announce a partnership with NXG Athletics for all VooDoo Merchandise in 2014.

NXG is producing an exclusive line of VooDoo clothing that is available for purchase now at, and soon to be at multiple locations around the New Orleans Area. More information will be released in the coming weeks on store locations.

NXG will be present at Media Day on February 26th at Pan American Stadium to show off the new merchandise at 12pm, and the new VooDoo Slogan “I AM THE VOODOO GENERATION” will be formally announced.


About the New Orleans VooDoo

The New Orleans VooDoo will play in the New Orleans Arena, an SMG managed facility directly across the street from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. For more information, call (504)-875-3900 for Grant Yenni, New Orleans VooDoo Director of Media Relations.

About NXG Athletics

Next Generation Athletics (NXG) was founded by Eddie Compass IV in New Orleans, LA. He along with his business partners Jason Harrison and wife Andrea Compass have created an eco-friendly line of fashionable athletic wear that is breaking new ground with a rare balance of performance necessity and luxurious indulgence made available at an affordable price. NXG is proud to say that ALL of their apparel is made in America. NXG apparel is comprised of high end fabrics that are intended to be worn pre, during, and post workout- truly “Where Fashion Meets Athletics”. NXG’s advanced technology includes quick-drying that wicks away moisture from your skin keeping you cool and comfortable while working out. NXG’s apparel is also odor- bacteria- and stain-resistant. Take the NXG challenge.…. I AM the Next Generation…Are You??

About the AFL

Since its inception in 1987, the Arena Football League has showcased a fast-paced and exciting game to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country. The ESPN family of networks and CBS Sports Network will nationally broadcast AFL games each week for the entire season. The AFL schedule then culminates with the ArenaBowl Championship game live on ESPN.