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Cowgirl Enters the South Korean Market

November 14, 2005

● SOUTH KOREA: The Cowgirl Company, Boulder, CO, and
Jhang and Associates, signed an agreement making Jhang
the exclusive importer of Cowgirl skin care products to
South Korea.
“This is very exciting for us, as Asian women are eager for
knowledge about natural skin care and are enchanted with
the American cowgirl,” said Alexis Mayne, president, The
Cowgirl Company.
She added, “We love cowgirls everywhere—especially
those who appreciate excellent ingredients and our original
approach to skin health and natural beauty.”
Representatives at Cowgirl said its staff includes an
esthetician, an herbalist and a pharmacist who will work
closely with Koren customers to educate them about botanicals,
aromatherapy and skin care solutions and health. ●
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