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Brasilian-inspired apparel label partners with AllyKat Athletics
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Aug '08
Not satisfied with being the most exciting active wear label on the West Coast, VATA Brasil has set its sights on new Eastern Canadian markets for the line's Brasilian-inspired active apparel.

VATA Brasil announced it will be working with sales agents AllyKat Athletics of Mississauga, Ontario to help bring award-winning VATA Brasil designed clothing to consumers in Ontario.

VATA Brasil is a unique line of active wear " for athletes by athletes " inspired by Brasilian beach wear. Designed in Vancouver by a Brasilian designer and athlete and manufactured in Rio de Janeiro, VATA Brasil combines comfortable, long-lasting stretch fabric with bold colours and sexy, cutting edge design.

"We're impressed with AllyKat Athletics' enthusiasm and commitment to opening up new markets for top quality athletic wear," said Mario Gomes, Chief Executive Officer, VATA Brasil.

"AllyKat gives us the feet we need on the ground in Ontario, plus the connections and relationships to put our product on the map."

"VATA Brasil active wear is the perfect fit for us and will be an easy sell because of the line's attractiveness," said Kathy Kulbak, co-founder and partner, AllyKat Athletics, "The label embodies athleticism, motion and versatility with a touch of Brasilian sex appeal."

VATA Brasil operates retail locations on Richards Street in Vancouver and at Park Royal in North Vancouver. Goals include developing retail and wholesale markets across North America, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East, India and Australia.

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