What programs do you sponsor with USDF?
uvex is a contributing sponsor of the US Dressage Finals.
Briefly describe sponsor –
uvex – protecting people since 1926
Professional or recreational. Competition or fun. As one of the leading international manufacturers of protective products with headquarters in Fuerth, Germany, uvex inspires their customers every day with groundbreaking technologies and innovative products. 24 / 7 – for more than 90 years. To achieve the best, whether in leisure, sports or work. To protect people.
Why is sponsoring programs and events with USDF important to you?
Partnering with USDF allows us to underline our passion for dressage and to be present for our athletes and USDF spectators.
What connections does your product/mission/company have to the sport of dressage?
The uvex brand is our responsibility. The protecting people philosophy is our mandate. To this end, uvex equestrian develops, manufactures and distributes riding helmets and riding gloves for the safety and protection of riders – no matter if professional or recreational. Dressage, show jumping or eventing.
Partnering with equestrian athletes across a broad range of competitions and disciplines, we ensure that our athletes are always well protected. Our many years of experience and knowledge gained from professional sports are key to our product development.
Quote from sponsor –
“Choose uvex and you’ve made the right decision – for the best protection. 24/7/365 – wherever you ride.“
What is one thing you want USDF members to know (that they may not) about your products/services?
uvex is loyal to Germany as a production location. This means the product group riding helmets are Made in Germany. In times of scarce resources and transport capacities worldwide, this location advantage is crucial for the availability and delivery of products. In addition, you can also be sure that our “Made in Germany” products are produced and controlled according to the highest standards.
What about dressage makes your company a good partnership?
Dressage riders who let our uvex riding helmets dance through the dressage arena. What could be more enjoyable?