HydroXphere Appoints Swimming Veteran Hayes Johnson As Marketing Manager

CARY, North Carolina, July 16. HYDROXPHERE, LLC., an innovative technology company transforming the swim meet experience, announced the appointment of former Texan Swimmer Timothy “Hayes” Johnson as its new Marketing Manager. Johnson joins HydroXphere after interning at Capital Sports and Entertainment where he helped lead the marketing and sponsorship initiatives for former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong.

In addition to his previous work history, Johnson brings expertise in leadership and meet management acquired during his tenure as Head Coach of the Hillwood Country Club and swimmer for Nashville Aquatic Club. He joins HydroXphere just as the Company is experiencing fanatical demand for its mobile app “Meet Central.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Hayes to the HydroXphere team,” stated CEO Charlie Houchin. “He is joining the team at a time of major growth as we begin the summer swim season. Hayes understands the intricacies of the swimming community and he will be integral as HydroXphere provides an even better swim meet experience for our Meet CentralTM users.”

Hayes holds a dual degree in Sociology and Education from the University of Texas.
About HydroXphere, LLC.

HydroXphere (TM) is a technology company designing software that is transforming the summer and high school swimming experience for parents, coaches and swimmers.

HydroXphere’s innovative app, Meet Central is the premier comprehensive summer swim meet mobile operating system allowing users to efficiently run paperless summer swim meets. For more information, please visit Hydroxphere.com or call toll-free 1-855-210-2736.

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Author: Jeff Commings

Jeff Commings is the Senior Writer for SwimmingWorld.com and Swimming World Magazine. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in journalism and was a nine-time NCAA All-American.

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