Smack Sportswear (OTC-BB: SMAK) announces today it closed its purchase of Team Sports Superstore, a privately-held company.
Online PR News – 07-December-2012 – Torrance, CA – Bill Sigler, President, CEO and majority shareholder states, “the last fifteen months have been the most challenging of my professional career. My team and I worked 7-days a week, to transform my love for volleyball into a publicly traded national brand. What started out as beach volleyball in Hermosa Beach, California, is well on its way to become the next nationally recognized sportswear brand.”
President Sigler went on to say, “our company is now poised to find investment and bring on experienced management. The one that I learned along the way, is that, we need to bring on management with publically traded company experience. We are currently searching for that one person, who can take my work and move us up AMEX and bring the SMAK brand world-wide recognition.”
About Smack Sportswear
Founded in 1994, Smack Sportswear is the leading brand of custom designed volleyball apparel for both indoor and beach volleyball players. Smack manufactures its Southern California inspired apparel right here in the U.S. This allows Smack to offer its customers world-class responsiveness, supply chain excellence, and un-compromised quality. It is truly a one-stop shop, from apparel to decorating to equipment and gear, supplied by sister-company VBSuperstore.com. Some of the top pros not only design, but also help test our product before we distribute it to the masses. With a unique business model in place, Smack is positioned to be a leader in athletic apparel. For more information, visit www.smacksportswear.com.
Included in this release are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Although the company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements will prove to have been correct. The company's actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements.