Mossberg & Team USA

Mossberg & Team USA

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At Mossberg & Company, we’re proud to support Team USA and each and every athlete chosen to represent our country at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. This year, we have been involved with a special project to create and print posters in support of one of our US Olympic Team members competing at the games. 

Hannah Roberts, a BMX freestyle athlete favored to win Gold in Tokyo, is a native to the South Bend area, having grown up in nearby Buchanan, Michigan. Despite being just 19 years old, she is already a 3-time World Champion and was the first American BMX freestyler to qualify for the US Olympic team. During her time in international competition, she’s already obtained sponsorships from Bell Helmets, Hyper Bicycles, Levis, Vans & more. 

Supporting Hannah as she competes in the Tokyo games, her parents, family and friends organized a watch party at the Buchanan Commons on Saturday evening. The event will boast a Jumbotron, local food trucks and is expected to receive press coverage from news outlets in Chicago and South Bend. For those interested in attending the event at Buchanan Commons, it begins on Saturday, July 31st at 7pm local time. Tickets aren’t required but with 500+ people in attendance, make sure to bring a chair. 

With Hannah and the Roberts family living just 15 miles from Mossberg & Company’s headquarters in South Bend, Indiana, they are familiar with our reputation as a high-quality and local printer. As one of the top fulfillment, printing & packaging companies in North America, Mossberg’s Digital Printing department was the clear choice for printed brochures and collateral to promote the watch party. Using our in-house custom printing capabilities, we printed over 200 posters and are anxiously awaiting cheering her on from Buchanan this weekend. 

Since our founding in 1930, we’ve always valued our humble beginnings as a family business and are grateful to be involved in the lives of our local community. Placing our roots in a small town, we’ve known Hannah’s family for years and were lucky enough to watch Hannah grow up from riding bikes around the yard to competing for Gold at the Olympic Games! Whether you’re able to watch on Saturday night from Buchanan Commons, on your home television or on another device, we hope you are there to support Hannah as she participates in the Women’s BMX freestyle event in Tokyo.

Go Hannah and go Team USA! 

 

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