In the last two weeks of October, PUMA served West Hollywood's after hours athletes with various events held at the 6,500 square foot pop-up retail and venue space, The PUMA Social Club Los Angeles . The space, located at the first floor of the Sunset Towers, housed The Pro Shop powered by LASC (Los Angeles Sports Club) and featured iconic PUMA products like the PUMA Clyde and the T7 Track Jacket as well as exclusive PUMA gear, available for sale.
The PUMA Social Club Los Angeles attracted Los Angeles' eclectic night life scene through a host of social sporting events like table tennis, video games and foosball plus great music, lounging and snacks. Food and drink cravings were cured through Hollywood's iconic trademark, Pink's Hot Dogs. Highlights from the two weeks included events with PT3, Vice Records, FIJI Water Presents Nikki and Rich, Dance Right and Lucky Strike Lanes, as well as a star-studded launch event with celebrities Audrina Patridge, Jeremy Piven, Trevor Donovan, Joe Manganiello and DJ Dan Black. The LA space is now closed but stay tuned for more PUMA Social events around the world by visiting puma.com/social.
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