SOURCE: Blue Cow

May 02, 2007 12:32 ET

Blue Cow Relaxation Drink Reaches Sponsorship Agreement With Second LPGA Golfer

Australian International LPGA Player Michelle Ellis Announced Today That She Will Be Joining the Growing Blue Cow Team.

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 2, 2007 -- Today, Blue Cow announced it has sponsored a second LPGA player, the exciting Australian Golfer Michelle Ellis. Michelle, and her caddy, begin wearing Blue Cow emblems on May 4th at the SEM Group Championships in Oklahoma.

Michelle said, "It is so cool to be part of the Blue Cow team; this product keeps me relaxed when I'm on the course." Michelle's caddy, Robyn Rossi, said: "Michelle was on the leader board at the GINN Open in April and things were really getting tense, so Michelle told me to 'Please find the Blue Cow, I really need some Blue Cow.'"

Blue Cow's CEO, George Smart, says, "We are delighted that Michelle has joined rising Italian LPGA star, Giulia Sergas, in sponsorship of Blue Cow. We are currently talking with other PGA tour players, and hope to sponsor at least one this year. We also are looking to sponsor athletes in other sports to help educate the general public on the many benefits of the Blue Cow Relaxation Drink."

College of the Desert's Head Coach, Tony Manzoni, one of the founders of Callaway Golf, the designer of the original Big Bertha, and advisor to Blue Cow, said, "Blue Cow relaxes our players and improves their performance."

Blue Cow can be found in all Southern California Ralphs. Blue Cow can also be found in a growing number of other retail outlets which include 7-Elevens and AM/PMs; it also can be found in 40 of the Southern California Albertsons.

About Blue Cow

Blue Cow (www.BlueCowDrink.com) is the "first and best relaxation drink" on the market.

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

About Michelle Ellis

Michelle was the top amateur in Australia, was two-time Australian amateur champion, and finished fourth as the Australian representative at the 1998 World Cup. She turned professional in 1999 and was rising to the top of the LPGA list when she suffered a badly broken wrist. She is now fully recovered from this injury and is again on the way toward the top tier of LPGA players.