National Geographic Snorkeler and SWIM invites you to …Come Grow with us!

(DNW) – For many readers of this column you may be experiencing some harsh winter weather. If you are not your customers are more than likely experiencing it psychologically via media outlets causing them to quietly say to themselves… “It is winter I’m not supposed to go diving!”

Nat Geo GirlYet many of your divers are heading for the local indoor heated pool to swim laps and “stay dive ready” Are you missing out on those sales? There is no need!

National Geographic Snorkeler & SWIM has made it easier than ever for you to become an Authorized Dealer and supply fine Swim and Snorkeling Products to your existing customers and more importantly to attract new ones.

Nat GeoAs cabin fever sets in be ready for the return of your clientele and have something new waiting for them that might just excite their friends and family to get in the water. The National Geographic name has one of the world’s greatest brand name recognition and now you can be a part of it and your only investment is in product you sell!

Contact National Geographic Snorkeler & SWIM today to find out how for an investment of as little as $500 you can get started AND receive 2014 pricing until March 31, 2015.

To contact National Geographic Snorkeler & SWIM simply call 772.781.1721 or e-mail Info@NationalGeographicSnorkeler.com

National Geographic Snorkeler & SWIM and Nat Geo KIDS Snorkeler & SWIM are made available by FAIC under a licensing agreement form the National Geographic Society.

About Florida Atlantic International Corp

Founded by a Team of experienced water sports veterans, FAIC takes pride in bringing an unequaled value to performance ratio to water sports enthusiasts regardless of their level of expertise. Designed to fit and function beyond the users expectations while delivering memories meant to last a lifetime. FAIC produces; “Exceptional Gear for the Water Enthusiast”™

To learn more please visit www.
FAICwatersports.com.com 

To learn more about the National Geographic Society, visit www.nationalgeographic.com