New Venture in Yacht Racing Gear, Regatta Race Marks and Regalia Makes a Splash in North America

Toronto, Canada, March 15, 2009 --( Regatta Brands and Coach boats is a new venture, but not an entirely new business. Jeff Burcher and Caullyn Godfrey have teamed up their resources to deliver to yacht clubs, regatta committees, cruising clubs and their sponsors to provide support services, branded t-shirts, battle flags, team apparel from Gill and Gul, hats, Coach-Boats Race Marks, hull graphics, printed sails, sail graphics and countless other services.

"We are really excited to hit the Eastern Seaboard from the Great Lakes to the Caribbean. Our new race marks are available pre-printed for sponsors or clubs, or we can add temporary branding for a specific occasion. Jeff and I are looking forward to travelling across the Nation with our complete service offering to over-worked regatta committees and Yacht Club staffers," says Godfrey, Partner in Regatta Brands and Coach-Boats.

Regatta Brands was recently given permission from the Canadian Shark Class Association to use their logo. Godfrey adds, "The Shark Fleet is celebrating their 50th anniversary as a class, we hope to enhance their exposure and meet with as many participants as possible this summer".

Jeff and Caullyn are also pleased to be working with the North American Eight Metre Association in marketing their three year campaign for 2009-2011. The 8m Fleet will be having their North American Championship at Etobicoke Yacht Club this summer, The 8m World Championship hosted by the Royal Canadian Yacht Club in 2010 and the 2011 8m World Championship in Newport (New York Yacht Club). "This will be some of the best big boat racing in North America for this campaign, sponsors will be thrilled with the exposure in these magnificent events. To be associated with a 101 year old, International fleet of classic and modern yachts will not go un-noticed", Caullyn Godfrey recently claimed.

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Location: Toronto Canada

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Caullyn D. Godfrey