Brownie’s Marine Group Exhibition at the San Diego Yacht & Boat Show Provides Excellent Visibility for Its Innovative Products
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., August 1, 2012 Brownie’s Marine Group, Inc. (OTCBB:BWMG), a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of highly specialized dive and safety products, today reported that its exhibition at the 9th annual San Diego Yacht & Boat Show was very successful and indicative of the growing interest in Brownie’s products.
Brownie’s Marine Group exhibited at the boat show in collaboration with Ocean Enterprise, Brownie’s San Diego based full line dealer, who has embraced the high quality and unique products from Brownie’s.
Interest ran high at the boat show especially for the patent pending Brownie’s VS Third Lung dive system. This innovative, battery powered and eco friendly dive system, was engineered and invented by Brownie’s in 2010 and has since its introduction taken the market by storm. The VS is short for Variable Speed which refers to the fact that the speed varies depending on the diver(s)’s breathing pattern. The dive system is well suited for taking 2 divers down to 60 feet and 3 divers down to 30 feet. What is truly unique is that Brownie’s Third Lung systems deliver an unencumbered and unintimidating dive experience. The system has a quick change battery feature with spring loaded terminals and powered by two powerful Odyssey Dry cell batteries. Several world records have already been set on the Brownie’s VS dive systems.
Robert Carmichael, Brownie’s CEO stated, “It should probably come as no surprise, but the audience here on the West Coast certainly embraces the green and eco-friendly dive system and favors this over the more traditional gas powered system. The VS Third Lung is a perfect dive system for the cruising yachtsman, for family fun and divers in general. Boat owners using VS systems recognize the inherent safety benefits as well as financial benefits of not having to bring extra gasoline onboard their vessel.” Mr. Carmichael concluded, we are fortunate to have an excellent partner in Ocean Enterprises who helped us demonstrate our VS systems to numerous new potential buyers and distributers.”
For more information on the Brownie’s VS Third Lung dive system, please visit http://www.browniesmarinegroup.com/variable-speed-systems.
About Brownie’s Marine Group, Inc.
Brownie’s Marine Group, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Trebor Industries, Inc., d/b/a Brownie’s Third Lung, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida designs, tests, manufactures and distributes recreational hookah diving, yacht based scuba air compressor and Nitrox Generation Systems, and scuba and water safety products. The Company sells its products both on a wholesale and retail basis and is comprised of three highly specialized dive product groups. The Company is an industry leading manufacturing and distribution company that serves middle income boat owners, higher income yacht owners, recreational divers, military operators and public safety personnel. The Company holds more than ten patents and enjoys a robust product development and intellectual property program that has yielded several proprietary products. Many of these products and innovations have become the “standard” for the marine industry. The Company is known for its meticulous devotion to detail, high quality production and design ingenuity. In the boating and diving community, Brownie’s is known as the market leader when it comes to surface supplied “Third Lung” dive systems and Scuba Tankfill Systems for yacht-based diving. Brownie’s products and support service divers at all levels of the underwater world, from shallow-water dive systems to deep-water mixed gas support systems for exploration divers and submariners.
In 2011, Brownie’s introduced the first in a series of patent-pending Variable Speed Battery Powered Third Lung (hookah diving) devices engineered to conserve energy while delivering performance to the diver.
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For more about Brownie’s, http://www.browniesmarinegroup.com.