CAVE CREEK, Ariz., March 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dethrone Royalty Holdings, Inc., (or "Dethrone Beverage"), (or "DRHC"), (OTCQB:DRHC), announced today that it has signed a three year Exclusive Endorsement Agreement with Pablo Sandoval, 2012's World Series Most Valuable Player (MVP), of the San Francisco Giants.
DRHC will have the right to use Pablo Sandoval's name, photograph, picture, appearance, likeness, signature, reputation, quotations, other endorsements, personal or professional background and experience, as well as video recordings of his appearances and audio recordings of his voice, to promote DRHC's sports nutrition beverage as well as their enhanced water beverage which will be marketed under the Dethrone Royalty Inc. brand as Dethrone Beverage.
Toby McBride, CEO, DRHC said:"We are glad to report that we have moved from LOI stage to executed contract stage with Pablo Sandoval for an exclusive endorsement deal. "This is in addition to recently announcing executed promotional endorsement contracts with the following superstar athletes: Aldon Smith of the San Francisco 49ers, Jonathan Quick (MVP) of the LA Kings and Haloti Ngata of 2013's Super Bowl Champs the Baltimore Ravens to promote our Sports Nutrition beverages. "With the addition of Pablo Sandoval we have enhanced our very strong roster of Athletes supporting our brand. The Dethrone Brand is very well known in the Mixed Martial Arts arena and now it will be well known in the NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB as we continue to build endorsement deals with Super Star Athletes. There is no other beverage company in the world that has the type of Super Star Athletic endorsements that we have. That alone should tell you something about the quality and attributes of our Dethrone Beverage products." About Pablo Sandoval: Pablo Eisler Sandoval, nicknamed "Kung Fu Panda," is a Venezuelan professional baseball infielder for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball. He is a two-time All-Star and has won two World Series championships with the Giants. He also is the 2012 World Series MVP.