NFL, MLB, WNBA & UFC Superstars help launch “What’s Your Passion” Fashion Line

WYP is launching a motivational apparel line. WYP is a brand that was created to inspire people to live with Passion, Purpose, and Peace. MLB Star Ronald Acuna Jr. NFL & Star Derwin James are equity partners. WYP has deals with NFL,WNBA, & UFC Stars

Bensalem, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Motivational Media & Apparel brand. “WYP” or “Whats Your Passion”, is officially launching its online store today @ https://www.wypnation.com/ and https://www.instagram.com/wypnation/ @wypnation

In a space where most competitors simply have random “beautiful people” wearing their clothing and do not aspire to motivate their customers towards anything productive, WYP has manifested a brand that uplifts humanity with its groundbreaking motivational media and apparel.

Eddie Shabot, the founder of WYP, and the visionary behind massively successful street wear brand @Sprayground says: “I am a believer in the power of the human spirit. Everyone is born with a unique God given talent. This talent should be a persons passion and purpose. Living connected brings true happiness and inner peace. Promoting this fact is the mission of WYP. My question is, whats your passion?”

WYP who’s strategic advisors include MLB Superstar Ronald Acuna Jr. and NFL Superstar Derwin James currently boasts endorsement deals with NFL Breakout Star DJ Chark, NFL Pro Bowler Aldrick Rosas, in addition to some of the biggest WNBA Stars including Natasha Cloud, Sophie Cunningham, Glory Johnson, Victoria Vivians, Monique Billings, and Renee Montgomery. The #1 Ranked UFC Bantamweight Champion Marlon Moraes also has a personal WYP collection being released early next year.

WYP thrives on the ideals of enabling consumers to stand out and make an impact on society at the same time. It’s all part of the mission that has inspired the launch of WYP as a motivational media and apparel brand.. In today’s complicated times, a socially impactful fashion company feels like a breath of fresh air and welcomed respite from the over priced luxury brand and street wear mainstream markets.

To view WYP’s innovative collections visit

Core Collection

https://www.wypnation.com/pages/core-collection

Aldrick Rosas Collection

https://www.wypnation.com/pages/aldrick-rosas

Sophie Cunningham Collection

https://www.wypnation.com/pages/sophie-cunningham

DJ Shark Collection

https://www.wypnation.com/pages/dj-chark

Bia Collection

https://www.wypnation.com/pages/bia

For further information about WYP, visit

https://www.wypnation.com/ and https://www.instagram.com/wypnation/

Contact Info:
Name: K Amaning Asare
Email: Send Email
Organization: WYP
Address: 6305 Powder Horn Court, Bensalem, PA 19020, United States
Phone: +1-213-709-8388

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88936516

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