Thank-you Coreshorts Customers!

I want to thank all of you who believed in the concept and took a chance on Coreshorts.

We are proud to have put our heart and soul into the success of Coreshorts! In January 2010, Coretection Products Ltd partnered with Under Armour Performance Apparel, who have taken over all the manufacturing and distribution of Coreshorts. To purchase the new Under Armour Coreshorts, and Coreshorts Pro, please check with an Under Armour retailer near you, or click the link below to direct you to the Under Armour website for online ordering.

http://www.underarmour.com/shop/ca/en/search/results/pid1207672-?&ohsc=1&search_text=coreshorts

The Rehab version of Coreshorts is currently unavailable from Under Armour. They do have plans to introduce this product in the future. Production of original Coretection Rehab Coreshorts ended in January 2010, therefore, the only Rehab Coreshorts still in circulation would be very limited stock which remains on Retailers shelves.

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Thank you,

Greg Bay PT
President
Coretection Products Ltd.

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November 11, 2009

Where are they now? November 11, 8pm on CBC TV Dragons Den (Rick Nash,NHL)

Although the success of the award winning company is now global, not all believed that Coretection or the products that they developed were worthy of a solid investment. Back in 2007 Bay pitched his pelvic stability shorts to CBC's Dragon's Den but left the Den without a deal. Well now Bay is back on an upcoming "where are they now" episode airing Nov. 11 on CBC that focuses on how far the Coretection company has come since first being on the show. Rick Nash, NHL player for the Columbus Blue Jackets and Team Canada, Bay and David Ayers from Under Armour will explain to viewers how Coreshorts benefit athletes from a player perspective and how the partnership with Under Armour came to fruition.

"Although Coretection Products Ltd was unsuccessful on the Dragon's Den, that didn't stop us from pursuing a product that we truly believed in," says Bay. "We were thrilled to be back on the Den and demonstrate how far we have been able to advance the product over the past two years. We are very excited to be in a partnership with Under Armour as Coreshorts will be available to everyone everywhere to improve performance and enhance core stability - a market that currently exceeds 50 million users."