Now through July 5th Mueller Sports Medicine is hosting the Alex Morgan Ready To Play contest. Fans of Mueller, Alex and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ can register to win a trip to watch Team USA play in Vancouver June 16th, autographed jerseys and other great prizes.
With the help of her favorite pink Mueller MWrap® and Mueller Kinesiology Tapes, Alex Morgan is ready to take on the world and bring the trophy back to the U.S. at this summer’s Women’s World Cup in Canada.
Now through July 5th Mueller Sports Medicine is hosting the Alex Morgan Ready To Play contest. Fans of Mueller, Alex and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ can register to win a trip to watch USA versus Nigeria at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver June 16th. Contestants can upload a picture or video to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook showing how they get “Ready To Play” using the #MuellerReady13 tag to enter. One lucky winner and 3 guests will win airfare, hotel accommodations; tickets to the June 16th game and some Alex Morgan gear. However, every week between May 1st and July 5th 2015 Mueller will select winners for some sweet runner up prizes like: autographed jerseys, autographed soccer balls and other great prizes.
Official contest rules and alternate contest entry form can be found at muellerready13.com
About Mueller Sports Medicine
Mueller Sports Medicine was founded in 1959 by Curt Mueller. The company is a family-owned and operated international sports medicine company offering a complete line of patented braces, supports, tapes and taping supplies, as well as Quench® Gum. Mueller Sports Medicine continues to introduce new and innovative products around the world.
About Alex Morgan
An Olympic, WPS and NWSL champion, a US Soccer Female Athlete of the Year and a member of the USWNT’s All-Time Best XI squad, she is a proven winner at an age when few can say the same.
Off the field, Alex is one of sports’ most recognizable faces. A media fixture, she has graced the pages of publications ranging from Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue to ESPN the Magazine’s Music Issue, while also having appeared in ESPN’s 2013 documentary series Nine for IX.