Wooter Apparel has been at the forefront of quality products since its inception in June 2014.
Founded in New York City by Alex Aleksandrovski, David Kleyman, and Alex Kagan the company had one goal in mind: make quality clothes at a great price for sports lovers.
Since their creation, they’ve worked with hip hop icon Master P, boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and NFL pro bowler, Chad Ochocinco have had significant partnerships with the National Football League.
— The Source Magazine (@TheSource) October 6, 2017
Recently, Wooter dived into a completely different marketplace: masks.
The Coronavirus is shaping the way we work, consume entertainment, and just about a ton of other things too. That said, the novel coronavirus heavily impacted New York City, New Jersey, and California and as with Wooter being a New York city-based company, it seems that they needed to make an impact.
More from the recent article via Dallas, Texas NBA scribe Landon Buford:
CovCare streamlined the supply chain process by working closely with manufacturers in China and carries a wide variety of medical supplies from CE certified K9N5 masks, NIOSH certified N95 masks, to CE certified 3-ply disposable masks, face shields, gloves, gowns, and more.
CovCare imported 1.5 million masks to the U.S. in mid-April and also shipped 1 million disposable 3-ply masks and 500,000 medical gowns and face shields.
The company also outfitted frontline staff members fighting COVID-19 at Montefiore Medical Center, Mount Sinai, Staten Island University Hospital, the New York State Nurses Association, Houston Methodist, the U.S. Department of Defense, Steward Health Care, Sentara Healthcare, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Highlands Hospital, and the Fort Lee, New Jersey Police Department.