Reason #1: Controls Exclusive Rights To A Leading Brand 
Sole distribution rights to a strong, well-positioned brand: Prince. The Prince brand has been a leading tennis company since the early 1970s. Prince has been an innovator in racquet, string and shoe technologies for decades.

Reason #2: A Newly Public Brand Expansion Play
LUVE represents the first ever opportunity for the average investor like you and I to invest in and profit from a sports legacy. Prince has been an industry pioneer and leader for over 40 years and is now really starting to heat up with their expansion into some of the most attractive markets in the world.

Reason #3: Top Players Building Brand Awareness 
Prince has leveraged its international exposure withsome of the sport’s most elite athletes, including Nikolay Davydenko, Jennifer Capriati, Patrick Rafter, Jimmy Connors, the Bryan Brothers, David Ferrer, John Isner and Martina Navratilova. Their success at the highest level of competition has heightened consumer interest in the brand as well as the sport of tennis overall.

Reason #4: Target Market Opportunity
The tennis market in Mexico is growing at an average rate of 7% per year. In Mexico, there are 1,908 tennis courts and 235 tennis clubs throughout the country. Mexico is the largest country for imported sporting goods in Latin America, dominating 60.98% market share at $266 million value. These factors, together with a 1.1% population growth (over 1.1 million people annually) indicate a strong, viable market for Prince Mexico.

Reason #5: The Sports Equipment Market is Growing 
Expected to be a $72.8 billion market value by the end of 2016. In the global market, racquet sport equipment makes up 8.3% at $5.3 billion and golf equipment makes up 17.7% at $11.5 billion. That’s a combined $16.8 billion dollar market… And that doesn’t include clothing and apparel!

Reason #6: Rapid Revenue Growth Ramp Up
LUVE is projecting to earn sales of $7,500,000 and $15,000,000 in 2014 and 2015 in Mexico alone. Revenue generated from a further expansion into South American countries could be substantially higher.

Rock Solid Reason #7: Politically Connected Management 

When doing business south of the U.S. border it’s all about who you know. And Prince Mexico President and CEO, Duncan Forbes, has some of the strongest business and political relationships around. This will allow the company to gain access to large retail customers and streamline the entire distribution process.
 Interviews Duncan Forbes!

Reason #8: Increased Sales
Prince Mexico has had discussions with large retail customers such as WalMart Mexico, Sears Mexico, Liverpool and Marti. These clients have already expressed interest and have already sold Prince products; however, they want to sell them on an even bigger scale!

Reason #9: Population Growth Trends

South America has seen a steady population growth over past years, growing by 1.2% (South America) and 1.1% (Mexico) in 2011. Interest in the sport of tennis is also increasing. Tennis still holds a commanding lead among traditional sports in the percentage growth in participation since 2000, according to data from the Physical Activity Council. In fact, tennis is the only traditional sport to have a positive growth rate overall from 2000 to 2011.

Reason #10: Patented Technology and Industry Leading Products
Prince’s Natural Gut tennis string is the most commonly used string among pro players and has been labeled the “Rolls Royce” of tennis strings; simply the best of the best. Prince continues to be the industry leader in research, development and game-changing product innovations.  It is widely recognized as being the first to market with many of the most relevant technologies of the past 40 years. Its graphite racquet has become the industry standard. Today, Prince engineers products in all categories including racquets, apparel, footwear, balls, strings, grips, bags, machines and accessories.

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