Nov. 9, 2006 – CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Leatt Corporation (Pink Sheets: LEAT.PK), a Nevada, USA Corporation headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa, and the developer of the Leatt-Brace™, a Neck Brace System designed to help prevent potentially devastating motor sport injuries to the cervical spine (neck), today announced that it has appointed a distributor in Canada.
As part of a visit to the U.S., Dr. Chris Leatt, President and C.E.O. of the Leatt Corporation, met with potential distributors of the Leatt-Brace™ in that region and the Leatt Corporation is pleased to announce that WMM Partners, Ltd., headed by Michael Zelenski, has been appointed the rights to distribute Leatt-Brace™ products throughout Canada.
As part of the Company’s efforts to create a marketing and sales network for the Leatt-Brace™, WMM Partners, Ltd. will have the rights to market and distribute both the Leatt-Brace™ MOTO GPX, Leatt-Brace™ MOTO R and all parts and accessories associated with these two products throughout Canada.
“By appointing WMM, Ltd. as our distributor in Canada, we are effectively increasing our global footprint and having a physical presence in these territories should assist our company tremendously in its sales and marketing endeavors,” said Dr. Chris Leatt, President and C.E.O. of Leatt Corporation.
About The Leatt Corporation: The Leatt Corporation is the exclusive global distributor of the Leatt-Brace™, a Neck Brace designed to prevent or lessen the severity of potentially devastating motor sport injuries to the cervical spine (neck). The company’s operations and research and development of the core products currently take place at the Leatt Corporation’s offices in Cape Town, South Africa.
For more information on the Leatt-Brace™, please visit the company website at www.leatt-brace.com. Any web site or portion thereof referenced herein is not a part of this press release.
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