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Dear Nathalie:

Thank you for answering to our request, and don’t worry about time, we understand that this is a complicated date since the year is ending.

In regard to the ESPN store, weunderstand the institutional policy and we are determined to continue with the proposal, with out this channel. The thing is that we considered that an image store is a good way to market the brand andreleasing the complete line of products that we would develop and the people could check them out in a specific ESPN store. Our business is wholescale sales anyway, through our distributors. Anyhow,. Wewould be opened to a future change related to this matter.


Brands that we Commercialize

TOPPER : Argentinian brand ( It’s very possible that youhaven’t heard about this brand before, but it’s very important in this region because of the fact that it is the official sponsor of important sportsmen and teams such as: Guillermo Cañas (Tennis player),Juan Ignacio Chela (Tennis player), Velezsarfiel, Newel’s, Estudiantes de la Plata (Soccer teams), and it is the sponsor of almost every rugby team in Argentina. Our company represents the sportsfootware of the brand, exclusively for the Chilean territory and it also has the license to fabricate sports clothing and accessories, which are designed by our team and are also fabricated in Asia(China), having as a result high quality products for sports recreation.

The 80% of TOPPER sports footware is imported from Argentina and the 20% remaining comes from Asia. We do it through thefactories imposed by the international owners of the brand, carrying out perfectly well with the requirements of the market, but we have no incidence on the development and designing of footware.
In relationto the textile subject and TOPPER sports accessories, as we mentioned before, our company has a license for fabrication of this articles. A 90% are imported from Asia and the 10% remaining comes...
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