OPI Donates ReVisor® to Benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation

Obsessive Products, Inc., (OPI) announces the donation of 400 ReVisor®, a sun protection accessory, for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s major fundraising event, the Mercury Grand Slam Invitational.

Tampa, FL, October 25, 2006 --(PR.com)-- Obsessive Products, Inc. (OPI) announces the donation of the ReVisor® to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation in support of the non-profit’s major fund raising event, the Mercury Grand Slam Invitational, hosted by Wade Boggs. Three hundred celebrities, professional guides, and participating anglers on over 60 boats will compete in a catch and release fishing tournament November 11th and 12th. Each angler will receive the ReVisor® to promote sun protection and its importance in the fight against skin cancer, the most common form of cancer diagnosed in the US today.

Designed to add sun protection to one’s ears and neck while wearing a ball cap, the ReVisor® gives anglers an alternative to the traditional drape or guide hat by offering UPF 50+ protection. Easily attachable to one’s favorite cap, the ReVisor® features an adjustable strap and Velcro tab to provide a comfortable and secure fit. When one’s time in the sun is over, the ReVisor® is easy to take off and stow away.

Children fighting cancer and their siblings will have an opportunity to fish with celebrities and professional guides the day before the tournament at Steve Yerrid’s Kid’s Fishing Derby on the pier of the Renaissance Vinoy Resort in St. Petersburg, FL. The children will enjoy fishing with the pros and meeting famous athletes from all the major US sports leagues. The participants will also be given the ReVisor® for the sun protection and cooling benefits of the product.

OPI is proud to participate in such a worthy cause. The proceeds raised by the Pediatric Cancer Foundation supports research programs looking for a cure of cancers that effect children. “Our support of the foundation is an easy decision to make,” says OPI President Brett Snyder. He adds, “Cancer is never an easy fight and to have to take on that battle as child, well, we simply can not do enough.” Last year over $1 million was raised from tournament proceeds. The tournament features and in-shore and off-shore division, the Kid’s Fishing Derby, and the Fishermen’s Ball on the Friday night of the tournament.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Rick Fueyo or visit www.ReverseVisor.com. The ReVisor® is a patented and trademark registered product.

About Obsessive Products, Inc.:

Obsessive Products, Inc. is a Florida based company focused on the innovation of outdoor products that improve the outdoor enthusiast’s outdoor experience. Privately held, the company enters its fifth year. This is the third version of the ReVisor®.

About the Pediatric Cancer Foundation:

The Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, Tampa-based charity, dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer worldwide. The Foundation has granted more than $2.4 million to researchers at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, All Children's Research Institute in St. Petersburg, the University of Florida in Gainesville, and the University of Miami School of Medicine.

The Foundation most recently launched The Sunshine Project, a novel collaborative research initiative that unites the leading institutions around the country to fast-track new treatments and increase the survival rate for children battling cancer. This project is conducting three vital phases of research simultaneously in an unprecedented amount of time, including basic science, translational research, and clinical trials.

For more information on the Pediatric Cancer Foundation call (813) 269-0955, email fundingresearch pcfusa org or log on to www.pcfusa.org.

Contact Information:
Rick Fueyo - Director of Marketing
Obsessive Products, Inc.
Toll Free: 877-ReVisor (738-4767) Direct: 813-417-1246

Obsessive Products, Inc.
Rick Fueyo
877-ReVisor (738-4767)