EXOlifestyle, Inc. is Pleased to Announce a
106% Increase in Revenue in Q3 of 2016
BOCA RATON, FL (November 7, 2016) -
PRNewswire / ExoLifestyle, Inc. (OTCQB: EXOL), a management firm which develops and operates innovative and healthy brands within the health & wellness industry with a strong focus on athletic apparel, is pleased to announce that it has had a 106% increase in revenue for Q3 of 2016. EXOlifestyle, Inc. had $93,102.00USD in revenue within calendar year Q2 of 2016 and is reporting a 106% increase in revenue for calendar year Q3 totaling $192,540.00USD
CEO Vaughan Dugan stated, "This is only the beginning. We are gearing up to surpass these figures for Q4 of 2016, especially as we enter the Holiday season. Though these figures are great I truly believe EXO is in its infancy and fully expect it to continue to grow at a rapid pace."
President Randy Romano stated, "Although we have a 106% increase in revenue we are not yet profitable. Revenue is a good thing and eventually our profit will adjust to reflect greater prosperity for the company due to the growth."
EXOLifestyle, Inc. is a management firm which develops and operates innovative and healthy brands within the health & wellness industry with a strong focus on athletic apparel. EXO is a functional sports apparel brand, and designer and producer of active wear products offered in fitness retailers internationally and throughout the U.S. EXO's offerings include an innovative knee sleeve collection offered in a variety of custom prints and colorful patterns, knee wraps, wrist wraps and weight belts targeted to the high-performance athletic market. (www.EXOsleeve.com)
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Joe Sirianni, MIDAM Ventures, LLC, 305-707-7018, firstname.lastname@example.org