Get the royal treatment as you slide into luxury with the lightest, most comfortable unisex sneaker in the world . . . TRONUS. History making female football player makes history a 2nd time as the 1st female athlete to own a sneaker company. Owner, Santia Deck spent several years developing a sleek futuristic sock-top sneaker with designer, Jamien Sills designed to mold to your foot, creating an almost euphoric “walking on air” kind of experience. The bold look draws you in, and the feel will get you hooked.
This disruptive startup began selling their first shoes in late November of 2020, after months of building buzz and pre-orders. The company made a name for itself while their first customers anxiously awaited the first ever boxes of TRONUS sneakers to arrive on their doorsteps. Now, customers of all ages – including celebrity supporters – are becoming loyal TRONUS fans.
TRONUS caters to the sneakerheads by occasionally offering limited edition styles, like it’s debut TRONUS 2020 O’s that are individually numbered and come with an authentication certificate and custom packaging. A wide range of additional color options of their first design mean sneaker fans from novices to enthusiasts have found their new favorite shoe. Several new products and styles are in development.
Santia means Business
Breaking records and making history is what Santia Deck does. In December of 2019, Deck signed a multi-million dollar deal with the Women’s Football League Association. This was the first-ever contract of its size for a woman playing American-style football. This accomplishment helped to elevate the personal brand she’d been working hard to build for years.
A Professional Female Football Player and Social Media Influencer with over 1 million loyal and engaged followers; Santia is always up for breaking boundaries. As a former track and field collegiate athlete, published author, fitness model, TV personality and Public Speaker . . . leading TRONUS and disrupting the footwear industry is proving to be precisely the kind of challenge Santia was built for.
Santia hopes to take her company to the top, not just for herself but for others as well. The success of a young, Black woman CEO can be a needed inspiration for many under served communities. This, and a love for family, drives Santia to keep striving.
“Remember, nothing is impossible. If you want it, go get it.”
– Santia Deck
Mom makes Deals
Astute businesswoman and entrepreneur, Cynthia Cureton-Robles’ leadership skills at some of the largest media companies in the U.S., including Clear Channel (iHeart Media), Hearst Corporation, Cox Media, Johnson Broadcasting and others led to the success of her Atlanta-based TV/Film Production company, Osage Phoenix Productions. Notably, Osage Phoenix’s current relationship with American Filmmaking company and subsidiary of Warner Bros. Television Studios, Telepictures began after securing its first television docu–series deal in 2016.
This multi-talented woman’s most recent business venture with her daughter, history-making professional female footballer, Santia Deck is TRONUS, LLC. TRONUS, known for its lightweight and futuristic design has been tagged “The Future of Footwear”. TRONUS is poised to become a major force in the shoe industry, both domestically and internationally after shaking up the sneaker industry with its explosive launch in late 2020. Cureton-Robles leads a team with over 50 years combined experience in shoe design, manufacturing, and logistics industries.
She is also known for her skillful management of the illustrious career of her superstar daughter, TRONUS CEO Santia Deck. Cynthia helped steer Santia’s brand evolution from college athlete to professional athlete and highly respected global brand, “Queen of Abs”. Cynthia is the devoted wife of Dr. Ariel Robles, a Tech Professional and Founder of global ministry, G.A.I.N. Also, a proud mother of seven children, including Santia, all of whom are athletically gifted and entrepreneurs in various fields and a proud glam-ma of ten.
“In this family, we build legacy.”
– Cynthia Cureton-Robles
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