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Prince Mexico Corporate Presentation

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  2. 2. This presentation contains "forward-looking statements" as that term is defined in Section 27A of the UnitedStates Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.Statements in this presentation which are not purely historical are forward-looking statements and include anystatements regarding beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions regarding the future. Such forward-lookingstatements include, among other things, financial projections, commencement of commercial activities, jointventures, strategic collaborations, achieving positive EBITDA, leveraging partnerships, extension of supply chain,future growth with current customers, business strategy, sales of Prince products, growth of sales and growthof the global market. Actual results could differ from those projected in any forward-looking statements due tonumerous factors. Such factors include, among others, the inherent uncertainties associated with new projectsand development stage companies. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this newsrelease, and we assume no obligation to update the forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons whyactual results could differ from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Although we believe thatany beliefs, plans, expectations and intentions contained in this press release are reasonable, there can be noassurance that any such beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions will prove to be accurate. Investors shouldconsult all of the information set forth herein and should also refer to the risk factors disclosure outlined in ourannual report on Form 8-K filed July 6, 2012 and other periodic reports filed from time-to-time with theSecurities and Exchange Commission.
  3. 3. The primary goal is to become a significant player in the sporting goods sectors within Mexico and eventually distribute Prince products into South America. With necessary financing, our objective is to create sales of roughly$1,900,000, $7,500,000 and $15,000,000 over the upcoming years 2013- 2015, respectively.
  4. 4. Exclusive distribution rights to sell Prince brand name products in Mexico and Latin AmericaIncorporated in 2008, and has reach strong sales growth to $525,000 annually Seeking financing of $1.5 million to increase inventory for larger customers
  5. 5. Mexico is the largest country for importing sporting goods in Latin AmericaOver 60% market share valued at USD $266 millionAnnual 1.1% population growth (equal to 1.1 million people)Prince is a world recognized racquet and apparel branded companyBoth Mexico and South America have much room for growth
  6. 6. The Prince brand was established by US based company Prince Sports Inc. in theearly 1970sThe company began with the first ever invented tennis ball machineLater moved into highly innovative tennis racquets and equipment for otherSportsSports include: Tennis, Squash, Racquet Ball (Ektelon), Viking Athletics and GolfToday the Prince brand has hundreds of products sold throughout the world
  7. 7. Central location within Mexicofor ease of distribution throughoutthe country Prince Mexico & South America Head Office
  8. 8. A strong reputation for its innovative technology over the yearsLarge product line including racquets, clothing, apparel and accessoriesRacquets are built with a larger sweet spot, innovative string technologyand an improved weight/power ratio compared to other competitor racquetsAssociation with professional tennis playersReputation as one of the worlds leading brands, and the innovative technology thatgoes into its products.
  9. 9. Currently an example of one of Princes best-selling tennis racquets is the PrinceEX03 Tour 100 tennis racquetThe current flagship EX03 racquet captures over 26% of wasted energy on impact,providing a stronger hitIts patented graphite energy bridge is built-in to its innovative design, which cutsframe vibration by 20%, improved spin and boasts a 83% bigger sweet-spot thanother racquetsPrince racquets also use larger holes rather than grommets which reduce vibrationand increase the sweet spot
  10. 10. Some of the top ranking tennis athletes in the world choose Prince:Player Racquet Nationality RankMike Bryan EXO3 Rebel 95 USA 1Bob Bryan EXO3 Rebel 95 USA 1David Ferrer EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 5John Isner EXO3 Warrior USA 10Marion Bartoli EXO3 Warrior FRA 11Taylor Townsend (Junior) EXO3 Tour 100 USA 1Kimmer Coppejans (Junior) EXO3 Rebel BEL 1
  11. 11. Player Racquet Nationality RankPablo Andujar EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 40Facundo Arguello EXO3 Rebel 95 ARG 229Ruben Bemelmans EXO3 Rebel 95 BEL 121Alex Bogomolov EXO3 Tour 100 USA 62Johan Brunstrom EXO3 Rebel 98 SWE 80Rik De Voest EXO3 Tour 100 RSA 171Juan Carlos Ferrero EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 66Marcelo Granollers EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 25Christopher Kas EXO3 Rebel 95 GER 40Xavier Malisse Diablo BEL 57Julien Roier EXO3 Tour 100 AHO 20Viktor Troicki EXO3 Tour 100 SER 23James Ward EXO3 Rebel 95 UK 254Albert Montanes EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 114
  12. 12. Player Racquet Nationality RankMarion Bartoli EXO3 Warrior FRA 11Mona Barthel EXO3 Tour 100 GER 39Jana Cepelova EXO3 Black 100 SVK 103Daria Gavrilova EXO3 Tour 100 RUS 241Daniela Hantuchova EXO3 Tour 100 SVK 35Patricia Mayr EXO3 Tour 100 AUT 151Shahar Peer EXO3 Warrior ISR 57Lisa Raymond EXO3 Tour Lite USA 1Silvia Soler-Espinosa EXO3 Tour 100 ESP 59
  13. 13. Player Racquet Nation Player Racquet Nation Prince’s EXO3 Tour 100 Campaign focuses on the next professional athletes:Taylor Townsend Who’s Next USA Jozef Kovalik Ozone Tour SVKKimmer Coppejans EXO3 Rebel BEL Jason Kubler Ozone Tour AUSRomain Arneodo EXO3 Rebel FRA Josie Kuhlman EXO3 Rebel 95 USABrooke Austin Original Graphite USA Oleksander Lebedyn EXO3 Rebel 95 RUDAndre Biro EXO3 Rebel 95 HUN Polina Leikina O3 Speedsport RUSCarlos Boluda EXO3 Tour 100 ESP Robert Levine EXO3 Rebel 95 USAHunter Callahan EXO3 Rebel 95 USA Patricia Martins EXO3 Black 100 PORJordan Daigle EXO3 Tour 100 USA Oliver Nagy EXO3 Rebel 95 SVKAndie Daniell EXO3 Ignite Team USA Hernus Pieters EXO3 Ignite Team RSAJulia Elbaba O3 White USA Enzo Py EXO3 Black 100 FRAOliver Golding EXO3 Rebel 95 UK Omar Salman EXO3 Rebel 95 BELJuan Sebastian Gomez EXO3 Rebel 95 COL Charlene Seateun EXO3 Black 100 FRAJaden Grinter EXO3 Rebel 95 NZL Ronnie Schneider Original Graphite USARichel Hogenkamp EXO3 Rebel 95 NED Frederico Silva EXO3 Graphite PORWhitney Kay O3 White USA Chanelle Simmonds EXO3 Black 100 RSAIrina Khromacheva Ozone Seven RUS Chantal Skamlova EXO3 Black 100 SVK
  14. 14. Leading Edge Technology – Patented technology that offers consistent innovationand edge over competitors brandsTrusted brand – sponsors top tennis professionalsConvenience – Customers can purchase Prince products online 24/7, or through alarge range of popular retail outletsAttractive Packaging – Prince brand products come in high-quality, well-designedpackaging for maximum appeal for customers
  15. 15. Huge upside expansion potential in MexicoRequired increase in inventoryLarger retailers will not negotiate or discuss orders unless the product is intheirwarehouse, in MexicoGoal is to ship 4 containers per year, or once per quarter
  16. 16. WalMart Mexico wholly owned subsidiary of Walmart USA, over 2000 locationsSears Mexico wholly subsidiary of Grupo Carso, owned by Carlos Slim HeluLiverpool department store chain in Mexico, over 195 locationsMarti large sport store in Mexico with hundreds of locations
  17. 17. Minimum of USD $1.5 – 5 millionPurchase more inventory to supply the growing demand of our major retailclients$1.5 million worth of product per container shipment every quarterPayment is received every 90 days with larger retailersShort term goal is to distribute one container per quarter
  18. 18. Issuing up to 6M shares @ $0.25 (or 14% of company)Values company at $10.5 million.Based on 2013 projected revenues company will have earnings of $2MA conservative 10X earnings multiple values company at $20MMany companies that market themselves well have 20X multiples or higher
  19. 19. Prince MexicoPro-forma Income Statement Total Total Total Total Total Period Starting: 2011 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* Net Sales $527,788 $559,785 $7,500,000 $15,000,000 $22,500,000 Cost of Sales $388,384 $480,067 $5,250,000 $10,500,000 $15,750,000 Gross Profit $139,404 $79,718 $2,250,000 $4,500,000 $6,750,000 Expenses Administrative and selling $200,886 $220,975 $276,218 $345,272 $300,657expense Total Expenses $200,886 $300,657 $220,975 $276,218 $345,272 Net Income -$219,795 -$91,742 $2,029,025 $4,223,782 $6,404,727*Pro-forma figures
  20. 20. Planning to distribute certain Prince products with the followingcountries: Brazil Colombia Peru Ecuador VenezuelaExpansion into these markets will simultaneous with expansion inMexicoIf inventory not available, will service larger retail clients in Mexico first
  21. 21. Successfully surpassed Prince Sports Inc. (USA) sales requirements 5 years straightSuccessfully introduced products to new tennis clubs and larger retail chainsCompleting RTO transaction to go public and access funding for expansionBuilding relationships and selling to largest retailers in Mexico WalMart Mexico, Sears Mexico, Liverpool, Marti
  22. 22. Fco. Duncan A. Forbes Mol. III Lucia RodriguezDirector General Accounts Romero Sergio AlvarezGeneral Management Head of Barragan Marcos MéndezAdministration Sales Squash City and Metropolitan Barajas Sanchez Dieguez AndoniSystems and Logistics Manager City and Metropolitan Area
  23. 23. Antonello Olga VasquezDistributor Baja California Sur DF Gallegos Francisco ColoresMarketing and Sales Manager DF Romero Enrique PrietoSales Executive Distributor Fletes Gustavo PrietoSales Executive Distributor
  24. 24. Issued & Outstanding: 43,000,000Restricted: 22,000,000Float (free trading): 21,000,000
  25. 25. Dedicated team with proven results over the past 5 years Sales Growth with positive cash flow expected soon Geographic LocationLarge growth opportunity through expansion in Mexico and South America
  26. 26. Lopez Cotilla No. 829 Int. 1 Col. Americana C.P. 44160 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico (+52) (33) 3827 0727
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