Pitbull donates fitness equipment to the SLAM! charter school chain he helped start … after joining Jay-Z as an investor in the CLMBR brand
Pitbull has joined Jay-Z as one of the famous investors in the fitness brand CLMBR.
Born Armando Christian Perez and raised in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, the 39-year-old has partnered with the vertical climbing machine manufacturer.
His deal includes the donation of climbing machines to the Sports Leadership And Management (SLAM!) Public charter schools he co-founded, TMZ reports.
Dashing: Pitbull has joined Jay-Z as one of the famous investors in the fitness brand CLMBR; seen in November
Pitbull helped start SLAM! seven years ago when the first of his schools opened its doors to students in Little Havana.
Now there are 11 SLAM! campuses and each of them will get a CLMBR machine in accordance with Pitbull’s new partnership.
The devices have “ on-demand instructor-led climbing lessons, ” facilitated by a screen and speakers, the brand said website.
Students of the 11 SLAM! schools will be able to take the lessons for free whenever they want on their new donated machines.
Charity: His deal includes the donation of climbing machines (pictured) to the Sports Leadership And Management (SLAM!) Public charter schools he co-founded, TMZ reports.
Jay-Z and his wife Beyonce’s fitness instructor Marco Borges are also one of the brand’s famous partners.
So are the blistering Serbian tennis heartbreaker Novak Djokovic, as well as tech mogul Chad Hurley, who was one of the three founders of YouTube in 2005.
Jay’s investment in CLMBR comes after his wife teamed up with Peloton, which makes exercise equipment that mimics cycling instead of mountaineering.
Legs for days: Serbian tennis heartbreaker Novak Djokovic is also one of CLMBR’s famous partners; pictured last month in London
Beyonce’s partnership with Peloton also had a charity with machines donated to Historically Black Colleges And Universities (HBCUs).
“They already call me” Mr. Education, “said Pitbull around the time the first SLAM! school opened in Little Havana.
“If you’re into sports in some way, it’s a business you can engage in … whether you’re a therapist, lawyer, or broadcaster,” he said. NPR.
Looks great: Jay’s investment in CLMBR comes after his wife Beyonce teamed up with Peloton, which makes exercise equipment that mimics cycling instead of mountaineering