Helix Teams Up With T3 Performance

BRECKSVILLE, OHIO – Helix Ventures announced its partnership with T3 Performance, an industry leading athlete training facility in northeast Ohio. The team will work together to identify potential corporate partnerships, naming rights opportunities, and much more.

“We could not be more excited to work with the team at T3 Performance. The work they have put into their facility to be able to provide athletes with top tier resources to train and shape the future of their athletic careers is inspiring,” said Tom Sitko of Helix Ventures. “The future is bright with T3 Performance and our team at Helix Ventures is ready to find the next group of sponsors to raise the bar to new heights. Whether it’s focusing on youth/high school sports or training adults to be the best versions of themselves, T3 knows what it takes to be successful.”

Located in Avon, Ohio, T3 Performance opened its doors in 2009. With a goal of maximizing performance results for athletes, T3 offers a variety of lessons, training, and exercises for all ages. T3 Performance has since grown to over 20 performance specialists focusing on improving athlete and adult movement patterns that include, lessons, club teams, and events and leagues.

A wide range of opportunities await potential new partners that will positively impact their brands and T3. Over the last five years, T3 has exceeded over 250,000 visitors annually and is expected to increase by an additional 300,000 visitors with the addition of the brand new T3 Courts Facility.

Interested in working with T3 and Helix Ventures? Reach out to Roger Jones, Tom Sitko, or Ed Reynolds II to take the first step to success with T3 Performance.


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