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Snapper to show sun protective kids swimwear at Miami Show
Jul '13
Snapper Rock, a line of UV50+ swimwear for kids, will be presenting its popular collection including 55 new styles in over 20 new eye-catching prints at Miami's premiere swimwear exhibition, SwimShow. Cool and eye-catching designs combined with innovative fabric technology, Snapper Rock is sure to appeal to all retailers.

Snapper Rock's premier 2014 collection now includes sun-fighting essentials for kids and tweens up to age 14. The new collection slated to debut at SwimShow includes styles designed by skin cancer survivor Victoria Larson. Larson's designs include a variety of fun new prints including with seahorses, flamingos and clown fish. From baby sunsuits to girls swim sets, boardies, rash guards and after-sun wear, Snapper Rock offers a wide range of stylish options. Whether on the beach, at the pool or outdoors, Snapper Rock is the perfect collection to keep harmful rays at bay, while grabbing the attention of retailers and customers alike at SwimShow.

"Being a skin cancer survivor myself, I am a huge advocate of sun protection and I am happy to have been given the chance to design fabrics for Snapper Rock," said designer Victoria Larson.

"It was my goal to design swimwear that kids will want to wear and that parents will feel good sending their child out in. We are thrilled to continue our work with Victoria and can't wait to see her designs come to life at SwimShow," said Snapper Rock Founder, Liz Eglinton. "Her charming and unique designs complement Snapper Rock effortlessly, and we look forward to presenting them to retailers."

The 2013 SwimShow will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center located at 1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL in halls A, C & D. Snapper Rock will be exhibiting at booth #801.

About Snapper Rock

Launched in 2003, Liz Eglinton created Snapper Rock, a line of UV50+ swimwear, to provide children with fun, fresh and functional gear while navigating the water. Originally designed in New Zealand where sunrays can be extremely harsh, Snapper Rock leads the industry in UV protective swimwear for kids. 

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