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Olympic Champion and Health and Fitness Advocate Dara Torres Partners with Vestiage
Date:7/25/2013

Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

Vestiage Inc., (stock symbol "VEST") announced today that Olympic icon, mom, and health and fitness advocate Dara Torres, age 46, has signed an exclusive endorsement agreement with the Company. Torres is the first and only Olympic swimmer in history to participate in 5 Olympic Games. When she was 41 she became the first woman in history to swim in the Olympics past the age of 40. During her athletic career, she has won 4 of each gold, silver and bronze medals. At the age of 40 in 2007, 15 months after giving birth to her daughter Tessa, she won a gold medal at the US Nationals. Three days later she broke her own record in the 50 meter freestyle, 25 years after she first set the American record at age 15. Vestiage is a company focused on peak performance at every stage of life, anti-aging science-based products, and helping people live high quality lives and age beautifully.

Vestiage CEO Scott Kimball stated, "There is no human being on the planet that better depicts the qualities, philosophies and goals we have at Vestiage than Dara Torres. I think all of us at some level are curious as to how certain people are able to age without limitations, live beautifully as they age, perform well physically and mentally as they age, and maintain a high quality of life as they age. Dara is living proof that you can perform better with age and remain beautiful as you age. At Vestiage, this is our passion and our quest, to deliver the findings from science and research to consumers in the form of science-based products that indeed help people live well and perform well both physically and mentally as they age. Dara joined us because of her shared passion for these things and our philosophical stand and integrity in this business. We are so grateful for her involvement. She will join our Board of Advisors and assist with the promotion of our Company and our premium and pre
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