Automotive Accessory Innovator Taking Market By Storm

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Auto and Travel Industry upstart, BumperBib Inc., sees fast-paced retail sales growth from unique comfort and convenience inventions; set to enter Incentive market.

BumperBib, Inc. (, a maker of innovative automotive and travel products, announces that it will be rolling out two new products for Summer 2006 and entering the promotional/incentives market with its cornerstone original products, the BumperBib and the IZON Car Massager.

Following the immediate success of the BumperBib and the IZON, which in the space of six months were featured in dozens of major magazines, newspapers and television media outlets, such as the Wall Street Journal and CNN, and were picked up by numerous retailers such as BJ’s Wholesale, and Costco/, BumperBib, Inc. has developed and is about to launch two new products called the Kid Konsole and Remote Styles. Kid Konsole (June/July scheduled release) is an innovative accessory for juvenile car passengers, designed to more easily facilitate eating, playing and drawing activities by combining all the aspects of a center console with those of a sturdy fold-out tray apparatus. Remote Styles (May/June scheduled release) is a line of stylish holders/fashion accessories for remote vehicle devices. A comprehensive marketing/advertising program will be carried out to help both products reach their maximum sales potential and public relations efforts have already gauged a high-level of media interest for both products.

Additionally, BumperBib, Inc. will be presenting at the 2006 Incentive Show in New York City from May 3-4. The Incentive Show, the key convention for companies seeking to penetrate the promotional/incentive industry, will mark BumperBib, Inc.’s first foray outside of the retail consumer realm. It is expected that BumperBib, Inc. will be able to leverage its fast-growing retail sales success and massive positive media exposure to generate a strong promotional products industry presence and establish the BumperBib, Inc. product line as a high-end, desirable choice for promotional tours, corporate events, and other incentive-related settings. The company has a strong track record of trade show success after having earned numerous accolades and gaining many new retail and distributor accounts at the well-known SEMA Convention in November 2005.

About BumperBib, Inc.

BumperBib, Inc. is a fast-growing, Los Angeles-based automotive and travel accessory product developer that has quickly gained a reputation for exciting innovation and quality. In the six months since the release of its original product, the BumperBib, the company’s products have been picked up by dozens of retail stores, including BJ’s Wholesale, Performance Products, Costco/ and many others. Talks and market tests are underway with many more, such as NAPA Auto Parts, and Fred Meyer. Estimated sales for 2006, the company’s first full year with its products on the market, are in excess of $6 million and estimated sales for 2007, based on sales agreements already in place, are in excess of $25 million. A wide array of media outlets, totaling more than 22 million readers/viewers, including such heavyweights as CNN, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Interval World, Dog Fancy, Sobre Ruedas, Newsday, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, Dallas Morning News, KTLA-TV (Nation’s second largest television superstation), AOL, Golf Today, and dozens of others, have raved about the company’s products.

Aside from the launch of its two new products, Remote Styles and Kid Konsole, and its entrance into the Incentive/Promotion market, BumperBib, Inc. has its sights set on acquiring larger facilities to accommodate its fast-growing corporate structure for years to come, as well as selectively considering venture capital investment offers that will enable BumperBib, Inc to secure continued growth, develop new products and enter new markets throughout the world. Plans for taking the company public are currently under review.

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