Demand For A Sirius Wearable Radio Rocks SkyBox USA

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SkyBox USA, a leading online retailer of satellite products and services, announced a dramatic surge in consumer demand for a wearable Sirius Satellite Radio following Sirius(SIRI) announcing the addition of the Sirius S50 to its upcoming fourth quarter lineup.

SkyBox USA, a leading online retailer of satellite products and services, announced a dramatic surge in consumer demand for a wearable Sirius Satellite Radio following the announcement by Sirius (SIRI) of the addition of the Sirius S50 to its upcoming 4th Quarter product Line-Up. SkyBox USA responded swiftly by changing business rules, processes and its web interface within 24 hours of Sirius' announcement to allow consumers to reserve an S50 radio.

The first of its kind, available from Sirius, the S50 is portable, wearable and has MP3/WMA capability. The unit will be able to hold up to 50 hours of satellite and MP3/WMA programming. The S50 comes bundled with a car kit and the home dock is sold separately. This product gives Sirius an entry into the wearable marketplace previously captured only by XM Radio with its successful wearable products, also available from SkyBox USA.

Jason Myers, Co-Founder of SkyBox-USA.com was quoted as saying, "Our team stepped up to the challenge by enabling our customers to reserve the Sirius S50 thereby allowing us to provide important product forecasting to our distribution partner Sirius Satellite." He went on to say, "the S50 is a welcome addition to the SkyBox USA catalog of products."

About SkyBox USA:

Founded in August of 2004, SkyBox USA, the d/b/a for Gold Chip Investments, LLC, specializes in Satellite TV, High Speed Satellite Internet and Satellite Radio products offered through its website at http://www.skybox-usa.com and is an independent Authorized Retailer of Dish Network, Direcway, XM Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio. SkyBox USA is a privately held company located in Boynton Beach Florida. Dish Network (Dish), Direcway (HNS), XM Radio (XMSR), and Sirius (SIRI) are publicly held companies.

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