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Leus Partners With Tritan Imports Limited In New Zealand

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LEUS is happy to announce a distribution partnership with Tritan Imports, a leading distribution company in New Zealand. With a population of over 4.5 million, many of them active beachgoers, surfers, and outdoors types, New Zealand is a key market in the Southern Hemisphere.

“Tritan is proud and excited to announce its new partnership with LEUS,” says Tritan’s Koenraad Groot. “Leus is the perfect addition to our current program. We are 100% behind this brand and are stoked about the opportunity for its growth here in NZ. Leus will launch for the first time here this summer season,” he adds.

"New Zealand is an amazing place and we are very proud to partner with Tritan Imports,” says the LEUS management team. "Tritan sees eye to eye with our vision and will be influential in growing the brand in another new region.”

About LEUS

LEUS shows up to rage with a diverse collection of towels inspired by the elements of life that excite us most. And now, we’re calling on you to join us.

All day fun seekers, lounge chair connoisseurs and pool party crashers linked by a common love of good times—there’s no stamp of approval needed to vibe with our tribe.

Rallying a rowdy mix of photographers, designers, musicians, artists, and athletes to craft our newest lineup, our product demands attention with eye-catching prints and new offerings that beg for adventure. So drop your inhibitions and maybe your clothes too, because everyone knows that fun feels better. Leustowels.com @leus #funfeelsbetter

About Tritan

Founded in 2000, Tritan Imports is a leading distributor of premium consumer brands in the surf, skate and snow industry for New Zealand. Our goal at Tritan is to grow and strengthen brands in NZ by telling their story and partnering with great retailers, to ensure good visibility and sell through.

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