(OTCBB: SMAK), the leading brand of custom-designed athletic apparel (primarily focused on the sport of volleyball), today explained the plans for growth in 2013 and beyond, as well as the past and present on the world’s first all-volleyball radio show called The Net Live.
“The Net” is run by 2008 Olympic Volleyball Gold Medalist Reid Priddy, and former Olympian and current volleyball announcer Kevin Barnett. In the winter of 2009, they created the internet radio podcast, which is listened to over 500,000 fans worldwide. The show is dedicated to bringing listeners great stories and interviews from the volleyball world, including giants of the sport like Misty May, Karch Kiraly, Kerri Walsh, Doug Beal, and Hugh McCutcheon.
Bill Sigler, CEO of Smack Sportswear, was chosen as the first interview of 2013. The hosts spent much time discussing how the company grew from the sands of Manhattan Beach, CA in the mid 90’s, to the reasons for becoming a public company in Dec. 2012. Sigler also laid out plans for growth in 2013, which will be focused in 3 areas – innovative and unique designs in Team apparel, expanding distribution of Smack’s beach active wear, and growth in the Ecommerce portion of the business.
Sigler also hinted at Smack’s appearance on upcoming TV show The Bachelor (on January 21), the state of volleyball and the business aspect of the sport. The thirty minute interview promises to be exciting and informative for fans of the sport, and can be heard by visiting
About Smack Sportswear
Smack Sportswear is the leading brand of custom designed team and beach active apparel, with its primary focus on volleyball. Smack manufactures its Southern California inspired apparel in its headquarters, only five miles from the home of beach volleyball. This allows Smack to offer its customers world-class responsiveness, supply chain excellence, and un-compromised quality. Some of the top pros not only design, but also test the product before it’s distributed. With many competitive advantages, Smack is poised to be a leader in the athletic apparel market. For more information, visit