Endurance Conspiracy’s Tony DeBoom Wins Jack Johnson Contest

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Endurance Conspiracy has come onto the triathlon scene as one of the hottest casual clothing companies in the industry. Now, Endurance Conspiracy and its lead designer Tony DeBoom are getting attention outside of the endurance community. Tony DeBoom, a former professional triathlete and brother of former Ironman World Champion Tim DeBoom, has won the grand prize in Jack Johnson’s poster contest. As the winner of the contest, DeBoom’s design will be featured on Jack Johnson’s tour as a commemorative poster and tee shirt.

DeBoom reacted to the win on his website: “I feel lucky to live in a time when cool and forward thinking companies like Creative Allies and Brushfire Records are willing to give anyone a chance. I feel a bit like Rocky in Rocky I, these guys are my Apollo Creed and were willing to give a relative nobody a shot at creating something special for them.”

Click here to see the winning design and learn more about Endurance Conspiracy.

Click here to see a previous interview with Tony DeBoom.

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