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Deadly Couture Photography Joins SuperGame

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Deadly Couture Photography announced today that they will be attending SuperGame XLVII (47) as a Gold sponsor for 2014. The company, which focuses on raising awareness for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and paintball as family therapy, is heading to Vendor's Row for the first time.

Owned by Matt and Kati DeAtley, the company provides not-for-profit Photography and Videography services for paintball teams and fields throughout the northwest. When asked about the history of the company, Kati responded, "Matt has used paintball as a form of therapy for PTSD. Many veterans return home seeking that adrenaline rush from war. Unfortunately, many will turn to violence, drugs &/or alcohol... (I) bought Matt a used DP G3 setup, found a field and said 'Go play!' in hopes it might help."

The tactic worked, and now the duo is busy promoting the community that helped to bring their family closer together. As the SuperGame itself promotes family activities, so too does Deadly Couture. "We're big on family and realize the demographic of paintball is changing. We're here to cater to that and bring an experience for the whole family!"

SuperGame is a family-friendly Big Game annual paintball series. The event will be held May 2nd through 4th, 2014 in St. Paul, Oregon at SniperzDen Paintball Park. The SuperGame series has evolved over nearly two decades and now includes a Vendor Village, 3 vs. 3 pump tournament, night game, tank wars, camping, tabletop gaming workshops and more.

For more information about the SuperGame, please contact:

Dan Bonebrake
Tel: (503)585-9477



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