CAP’s patented Concussion Prevention Technology is the ONLY solution clinically validated to safely test the risk of sustaining concussions and reduce the risk with sport specific training protocols.
Calgary, Alberta – August 8, 2018 – CAP Corporation (CAP) announced today that Joe Forzani has joined the CAP Advisory Board.
Joe Forzani’s storied past includes leading the Calgary Stampeders to a Grey Cup victory along with his two brothers in 1971, and then going on to cofound the largest sporting retail company in Canada. When the retail giant was sold to Canadian Tire in 2011, Joe turned his knowledge and talent to helping other entrepreneurs forming Forzani Business Coaches with his son Greg.
“I am committed to helping others pursue their lifelong goals and ambitions in sport and business. Many athlete’s careers are cut short due to concussions. What really impressed me about CAP was that they have an entirely unique technology and business model that has the athlete’s health and wellbeing at the forefront. I am excited to be helping grow this organization and, to helping extend athletes’ longevity in their chosen sport.”
Kim Adolphe, CAP CEO added, “We are grateful and honored that Joe has agreed to join our advisory board committing his valuable time and experience. His background in sports combined with business and his interest in concussion prevention and brain repair, will be invaluable to building awareness about CAP.”
About CAP Corporation
CAP Corporation was founded on the principle that preventing concussions is about changing the athlete, not the sport. The CAP patented Concussion Prevention Technology is the ONLY solution in the world that is clinically validated to safely test the risk of sustaining a concussion and reduce the risk with their sport specific training protocols. CAP’s Concussion Prevention, Brain Repair, and online Education Programs are designed to empower athletes of all ages in amateur and professional sports by providing the tools and knowledge they need to extend their careers and maintain brain health.
The company dedicates 20% of revenues towards funding amateur sports, nonprofits, and concussion research working closely with leading scientists at Universities, Government, and Private Institutes.