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Cyclonic Inc. Signs Distributors in Australia, New Zealand and the Phillipines

For Photography/Information Contact:
Mary Deatrick
(407) 332-5212, mdeatrick@cyclonicgolf.com

LEWES, DEL. (March 8, 2004) ­ Cyclonic Inc. has signed Marlon Dizon, Inter
Conglomerates, Inc., Manila, Phillipines, and Emmy Mancini, Birdie Golf Products,
Tewantin, Australia, as a distributors of the 2004 and 2003 Cyclonic Tour Series
line of golf shoes.

Dizon will be focusing on Manila and the city¹s outskirts, with future plans to go
nationwide throughout the Phillipines. Mancini will represent the product throughout
Australia and New Zealand.

³We¹re excited to carry Cyclonics mainly because of the designs,² said Dizon.
³They¹ve got a trendier look and give golfers another choice aside from the
conventional golf shoe design. We also cater to a more upscale golf market in Manila,
with many private clubs. Members want something sophisticated and a little out of the
ordinary. Cyclonics fit that bill. ²

As well as serving as a distributor, Dizon will be carrying the shoes in his store
the Golf Gallery and a soon to be opened driving range in Manila. Mancini will be
targeting golf retailers and pro shops, as well as teaching professionals and driving
ranges throughout Australia and New Zealand.

³I was looking for a range of golf shoes but didn¹t want to supply the same as
everyone else, ³ said Mancini. ³Cyclonics are fresh, stylish, comfortable shoes and
differ from any other brand on the market. Which fits what Birdie Golf Products is
trying to project Š a company who supplies quality innovative golf products.²

According to Cyclonic President and Chief Design Officer Cary Hensley,
international distribution is becoming more important to the company¹s growth plans.

"We¹re pursuing distribution into international markets, in part because of the
great response from January¹s PGA Merchandise Show," said Cary Hensley,
Cyclonic president and chief design officer. "Golf is a game of confidence, no
matter what continent you¹re on when you play. While the Tour Series shoes are
known for their comfort and stability, the contemporary styles provide a confidence
on the course so that you not only feel good, but know you look good, too.²

The Cyclonic Tour Series are high performance golf shoes for twenty-first century
golfers with a modern sense of style. New styles for 2004 include:

… Derek, a look as appropriate for casual street wear as it is for golf, featuring two
straps of leather covered Velcro closures that ³wrap² around the front of the shoe.
Each strap is secured with gunmetal silver buckles. Available in two colorations,
black or white full-grain leather.

… Erwin, the classic, lace up look in white, featuring full-grain leather uppers,
gray open mesh lining with black midsole and outsole.

… Beast, a customer favorite four years running, this unique oxford has been
updated to include removable spikes and is available in a smart tri-colored combination
of black, white and brown leather.

… Lennox, updated for 2004, this modern version of a classic brogue style shoe is
now available black, full-grain waxy finish leather with white midsole and charcoal outsole.

The Cyclonic Tour Series shoes combine the stability, balance and swing power of
Cyclonic¹s high-density rubber molded sole, with replaceable Eclipse cleats from
Trisport featuring the Fast Twist insert system. A memory-retention PU midsole provides
unrivaled fit and comfort. Open-mesh linings and a breathable waterproof membrane
ensure ultimate comfort. Cyclonic¹s trademark wider toe box offers more comfort and stability.

Cyclonic Tour Series golf shoes are crafted from high-quality, full-grain waterproof
leath