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Rastaclat Named An Official Licensee For Team USA

November 19, 2019

With the Olympic and Paralympic Games just around the corner, Rastaclat unveiled that it is an official licensee for Team USA today. Inspired by passion, devotion and long-lasting camaraderie of both athletes and fans worldwide, the Team USA collection by Rastaclat is a symbol of positivity. For each Rastaclat bracelet sold, a portion of the proceeds will help to support Team USA athletes on their journey to the Games. To get a closer look at the Team USA collection by Rastaclat, check out Matt Scott’s journey here:

“It is an honor to be a wrist accessory for Team USA,” stated Daniel Kasidi, founder of Rastaclat. “The world stage is set and it is a special moment for U.S. athletes, future Olympians and Paralympians worldwide and the country. We are proud to support Team USA athletes on their journey to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.”

“The Tokyo 2020 Games will be a special moment for Team USA,” said Peter Zeytoonjian, United States Olympic and Paralympic Properties Senior Vice President of Commerce and Events. “We are proud to partner with Rastaclat to celebrate the athletes and the Games as Team USA represents the best of sport on the world’s greatest stage.”

The Olympic and Paralympic collection by Rastaclat is comprised of three unisex bracelets: Medalist, Mastery and Go for Gold. The bracelets are now available for $22.99 on and at retailers worldwide.

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ABOUT USOPC: Founded in 1894 and headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee serves as both the National Olympic Committee and National Paralympic Committee for the United States. The USOPC is focused on protecting, supporting and empowering America’s athletes, and is responsible for fielding U.S. teams for the Olympic, Paralympic, Youth Olympic, Pan American and Parapan American Games, and serving as the steward of the Olympic and Paralympic movements in the U.S. For more information, visit