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Hudsonville business donates gear to teenage athletes

Posted at 6:45 AM, Feb 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-05 06:45:45-05

WYOMING, Mich. — Young girls' bodies go through several changes throughout their teenage years and for some if they don't have the proper support it can cost them their favorite sport.

That’s why Sara Moylan, founder and owner of SHEFIT a local bra company in West Michigan, stepped in to help donating sports bras to the girl basketball players at Godwin Heights Middle and High School.

So far SHEFIT has donated about 6,000 bras across the state of Michigan as well as the country, continuing their mission to give girls proper support.

SHEFIT created the first ever fully customizable bra on the market. They've only been around for 3 years now, and have appeared on Shark Tank, in several magazines and even came out on top in the Central Michigan University`s sports-bra study.

If you'd like to try one of these bras for yourself they can be purchased on the SHEFIT website or if you live in West Michigan they have a location open 9-5pm M-F at 4400 Central Parkway in Hudsonville.