airweave Tabs Bubba Watson as Spokesman

Motokuni Takaoka and Bubba WatsonMotokuni Takaoka and Bubba Watson

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-airweave, a manufacturer of bedding toppers and bed pillows, has named pro golfer Bubba Watson as its global ambassador.

Watson is the two-time winner of the Masters Championship, including his victory in the tournament this year. He will be featured in airweave's global marketing and advertising initiatives, and the company has agreed to support The Bubba Watson Foundation Inc., a charity for people in need.

Founded by Motokuni Takaoka, its current president and CEO, in 2007, airweave produces basic bedding with the resin used in manufacturing fishing nets. According to a company statement, its annual global sales are now $100 million. Its products were launched in the United States earlier this year through the company's website, airweave.com.

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