Wholesale Western Company Acquires Wild West Spices

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Provider of wholesale western and horse gifts adds unique Cowboy spices to line of products through the acquisition of Wild West Spices.

the name Wild West Spices fits perfectly with Wild West Company.

Wild West (http://www.wildwestcompany.com), a company offering wholesale western and horse gifts, announced today the completion of the purchase of the Wild West Spices' (http://www.wildwestspices.com) brand of products.

President of Wild West Company, Eric T. Wagner, reported, "The addition of Wild West Spices to our existing line of wholesale western gift items really improves our ability to offer a wide variety and selection of products to our retailers. This is an important time for our nation's retailers and we aim to provide as many quality products as possible for their customers to enjoy."

Wild West Spices, originally founded in 1995, includes natural spices with names like Cowboy Cajun, Pony Expresso, Prairie Potato, Yahoo Barbecue, Western Honey BBQ and the best selling Wyoming Steak Rub. Wagner says "all the spices, gourmet dips and meat rubs from Wild West Spices contain no MSG, and are made right here in the U.S.A., both of which are important for many consumers."

According to Wagner, the Wild West Spice brand fits nicely with the other wholesale western brands it offers. "Our popular Wild West chocolate bars and western greeting cards; and our line of Cowgirl Kiss lip balms, really work well with this new line of spices."

"As a bonus," adds Wagner, "the name Wild West Spices fits perfectly with Wild West Company."

The company plans to introduce another new line of western and horse gifts called Divine West (http://www.divinewest.com) later this spring. "Our plan is to keep pressing on in this economy by offering our retailers as many opportunities as possible for success. If we can help them be successful, then we've accomplished one of our goals as a wholesale company," says Wagner.


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