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TerraFrog launches Women's Sportswear Design Company
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Dec '11
Four years ago, TerraFrog Clothing Corporation CEO, Cori Windsor, left behind a career in healthcare and launched an exclusive yoga and athletic wear design company. Windsor, an Organ Procurement Coordinator, left her career in healthcare to pursue a Masters in Nursing. But, while she was taking her Masters, Windsor and her sister, Bobbi Windsor, began to discuss the need for an athletic wear line that catered to longer bodies.

Unable to find a yoga line that would fit them properly, the two sisters began to design yoga tanks and bottoms for themselves. Says Cori Windsor, “We originally started designing the clothes for ourselves but then people would come up to us and say, “Oh my, where did you get that top?” Soon, we were designing clothes for other people and it just grew from there.”

Windsor never went back to healthcare. Both she and her sister now run TerraFrog Clothing Corporation-- a yoga and sportswear design company that is well known for their exclusive, trend setting designs and styles. Says Windsor, “If you would have told me five years ago that I would be running a women's sportswear company, I would have never believed you.”

TerraFrog Clothing Corp. is a Canadian athletic wear manufacturer providing unique, high quality yoga clothing to individuals and select retail outlets. TerraFrog is well known for their exclusive, trend setting designs and styles. This stylish lifestyle and casual wear company limits the number of pieces they make despite consumer demand.

TerraFrog designs can be purchased directly through the TerraFrog website or at select retailers across Canada and in New York City. TerraFrog wholesales their active wear line and yoga accessories to trendy boutiques in the United States and across Canada.

TerraFrog Clothing Corporation

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