EGO Performance spot wins 2013 VEMA Award

EGO Performance Training, an elite athlete High Performance Sport Training founded by CEO Chris Munford, was announced a winner in this year’s VEMA Awards. The EGO Performance commercial created by the award-winning full-service advertising agency Creative Bube Tube was honored in the category “Training/Education”.

VEMA’s mission is to inspire and honor those talented individuals and companies that strive to further the evolution and excellence of the visual arts and digital communications media and to strengthen its collective artistic community. The VEMA Award recognizes the outstanding work of the innovative, artistic and creative professionals involved in the multimedia arts. The VEMA Arts & Standards Council is composed of highly skilled professionals with expertise, leadership and vision in the various disciplines within the multimedia arts; the council evaluates video submissions using a scoring rubric to preserve an equal standard of merit.

“Winning a VEMA Award brings me great pride. This is the fifth award EGO Performance has received this year,” says Coach Munford, CEO of EGO Performance Training. “Obviously, with Creative Bube Tube I picked a winning agency that completely understood my end-result focused methodology. The EGO Performance spot was designed for efficiency and maximum results just like a well-trained athlete. It generated a great response in the quality and consistency of the leads and clientele.”

EGO Performance Training, now based out of Carlsbad, California, is for athletes who are of an elite caliber or who strive to become of an elite caliber and are interested in working directly with one of the premiere sports high performance coaches in the world. Internationally renowned high performance coach Chris Munford, founder of EGO Performance Training, is a former professional athlete and the former NBA head strength and conditioning coach for the Charlotte Bobcats. He is also a consultant for the medical and performance staff on NFL and NBA teams.