Ned Crotty Signs with Team EFX

Mission Viejo, CA, May 18, 2011 – EFX Performance, Inc. today announced that Ned Crotty, 3-time All-American and 2-time captain at Duke University and 2010 Tewaaraton Trophy winner will be joining Paul Rabil, Max Seibald, Matt Danowski and Matt Poskay as the newest member of Team EFX.

“I am really excited to join such a distinguished group of athletes,” said Ned Crotty, 2010 MLL Rookie of the Year and first pick in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) draft by the Chicago Machine. “I am both honored and excited to work with such a well respected company whose products help athletes take their training and game to the next level.”

Crotty’s accomplishments are to many to list. However, in 2010 he won an NCAA National Championship with the Duke “Blue Devils,” he was a member of Team USA which brought home the gold from the World Championships and was named the MLL Rookie of the Year.

“We are really proud to have someone who has accomplished as much as Ned has join our team of world class athletes,” said Randy Largent, CEO of EFX Performance. “He is exactly the type of individual we want representing our brand and sharing his impressions with players he comes in contact with daily. Ned is a great fit for our company and is the ideal spokesperson to talk about our technology, which we feel is the best on the planet.”

About EFX
EFX Performance, Inc., a private California corporation, based In Mission Viejo, California, manufactures, distributes and licenses holographic performance technology around the world. EFX was founded in 2009 with the goal of promoting its products in the wellness and athletic performance markets. EFX constantly strives to be the leader in the performance technology industry while providing the absolute best products possible with an emphasis on research and development. EFX products are worn and endorsed by many of the world’s leading athletes and are Official Partners of Major League Lacrosse. (

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