SOURCE: Blue Cow

April 18, 2007 12:36 ET

Blue Cow Relaxation Drink Reaches Sponsorship Agreement With LPGA Golfer

LPGA Golfer, Guilia Sergas, Announces Sponsorship Agreement to Help Promote the Original Relaxation Drink, Blue Cow

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 18, 2007 -- Today, Blue Cow announced it has signed its first professional golfer, rising Italian LPGA star, Giulia Sergas.

Giulia said, "My swing is much more relaxed now that I discovered Blue Cow several tournaments ago. I feel it gives me a competitive edge. I am very pleased to become part of the Blue Cow Team. I recommend it to anyone who wants to cut a few strokes off their golf game."

Giulia, who has earned exempt status on the LPGA Tour, will be wearing the Blue Cow logo on her hat, shirt, and golf bag beginning at the Corona Morelia Championship in Michoacan, Mexico from April 26 - April 29.

Blue Cow's CEO, George Smart, says, "This is just the first step. We are currently talking with numerous PGA tour players and plan to sponsor at least one this year."

College of the Desert's Head Coach, Tony Manzoni, one of the founders of Callaway Golf and advisor to Blue Cow, said, "Blue Cow relaxes our players and improves their performance. I am pleased to be on the Blue Cow Team. Our golfers drink Blue Cow at each match, and as of today our record this year is 55 wins and 1 loss." The College of the Desert is located in Palm Desert, California, the golf Mecca of the world. College of the Desert, who has won five state titles, hopes to add another state title with their "relaxed" young stars this year.

Blue Cow relaxation drink can now be found in many 7-Elevens and AM/PMs. Since March 1, 2007 Blue Cow has been available at all of the Southern California Ralphs.

About Blue Cow

Blue Cow ( is the "first and best relaxation drink" on the market.

Blue Cow with zero calories, zero caffeine, zero carbs, and zero sodium works quickly and safely to reduce stress without drowsiness.

About Guilia Sergas

Giulia was born in Trieste, Italy and started playing golf at the age of 8. After winning the 1998 European amateur championship she turned professional in 1999. Giulia participates in all sports, including skydiving, snow boarding, and others. Her website is

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