COSTA MESA, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 31, 2013) - Vitamin Blue, Inc. (OTCQB: VTMB) has been named exclusive supplier for Costa Mesa based Quickblade Paddles. Vitamin Blue will provide SUP (Standup Paddle) paddle blade covers, roof rack pads, and SUP paddle bags. Quickblade is the brainchild of Jim Terrell, a four time Olympic Canoeist and is considered to be a leader in crafting world class paddles.
"Quickblade Paddles stand for quality and excellence in craftsmanship," said Frank Ornelas, President of Vitamin Blue. "Being an exclusive provider and continuing our association with the Quickblade brand is strong for our business."
"We place a high value on buying products made in the USA and Vitamin Blue has always provided Quickblade with great products and excellent service," added Jim Terrell of Quickblade. "We look forward to continuing our business relationship with Vitamin Blue for many many years."
Vitamin Blue began working with Quickblade Paddles in October of 2007.
About Vitamin Blue, Inc. (www.vitaminblue.com):
Vitamin Blue designs, develops, produces and distributes water boardsports apparel, accessories and related products. Founded in 1999, the Costa Mesa, California based company is part of the consumer goods sector and non-durables industry.
You can find out more about Quickblade at http://quickbladepaddles.com/.
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