The Walton Works
Native Eyewear Adds Sara and Steve Slattery to Running Team
Denver, CO (June 6, 2011) –Native Eyewear,manufacturer and innovators of performance sunglasses and goggles, announces the addition of Steve Slattery and Sara Gorton Slattery to their Running Athlete Team.
Both residents of Boulder, CO, and having sights set on making the 2012 Olympic Team, Steve and Sara are both top runners in their categories.
Sara became the first University of Colorado female freshman All-American and won the NCAA 10k at her second attempt at this distance. Also winning two NCAA team titles, she is one of the best 10,000-meter runners in the nation. As a winner at the Boulder Bolder 10k and 4th place in the 2008 Olympic trails, Sara comes to the Native Team with a desire to represent the brand as a top-tier athlete.
Steve rose from #7 ranked American to the 2003 U.S. Champion and owned three of the five fastest times in the steeplechase that season. He posted the two fastest 3,000m steeplechase times by an American in 2007 and chose the University of Colorado to pursue his NCAA running career. In the past year, Steve ranked 3rd in the nation in the 3000m steeplechase and Top 30 in the world after finishing 3rd at the national championships. With his best performances ahead, Steve’s personality and prowess as a runner exemplifies the Native Team.
Native Eyewear is an innovative company dedicated to grassroots endeavors and dynamic people. Debuting seven new sunglass styles and four new goggles for 2011, Native is experiencing exceptional growth and a brand revival. Styles range from fast-forward to laid-back and all feature the renowned Polarized Crystal Carbonate (P.C.C) Lenses.
About Native Eyewear
Native Eyewear is a premier outdoor sunglass and goggle brand, designed for adventurers from every avenue. With a mix of runway-ready style and features like interchangeable polarized lenses, sub-1oz frames, anti-fog ventilation, amazing grip and a lifetime warranty, there’s a pair of Natives fit for every type of adventure.