Quality and Packaging to Set ASCC Vodkas Apart in Booming Marketplace

  Quality and Packaging to Set ASCC Vodkas Apart in Booming Marketplace

Business Wire

MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. -- April 2, 2013

As the Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCBB: ASCC) forges ahead with plans to
introduce two spirit in its new line of super-premium vodkas, the company’s
brand management division, Luxuria Brands, is hard at work devising a
marketing and brand strategy to set ASCC’s latest beverages apart in a booming

For its upcoming products, ASCC plans to target the fast-growing super-premium
vodka segment, which has risen 32 percent in the last two years to $1.2
billion, according to industry trade group the Distilled Spirits Council
(DISCUS). In order to capture a piece of that growth, the company plans to
follow the path to success charted by other domestic spirits, including Tito’s
Handmade Vodka, a business which rose from a one-man operation in 1997 to a
business that today sells more than half a million cases a year.

While ASCC hopes to emulate that brand’s grass-roots marketing strategy,
Luxuria Brands plans to add a few wrinkles to Tito’s message in order to make
its new vodka stand out from the rest of domestic and imported vodkas.

“Quality distilling and innovative packaging will be at the heart of our
newest vodkas,” said ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz. “For our first spirit, we’re
going to be producing a super-premium vodka handcrafted in the USA and
highlighted by eye-catching bottle and label design. The second spirit is
going to feature something completely new and different from anything
bartenders and drinkers have seen before in the vodka market.”

Additional details of the two new products are still under wraps, but ASCC has
announced plans to harness celebrity branding power to help sell its new
product. The company recently announced that Luxuria Brands will host a series
of professional talent searches across the U.S. in order to find the perfect
rising star around whom to build a glamorous, celebrity lifestyle brand.

ASCC sees vodka, America’s best-selling spirit, as the key element to growing
its brand management division, Luxuria Brands. The success of the endeavor
will allow the company to compete in a highly profitable sector alongside
Limited Brands, Inc. (NYSE: LTD), Proctor & Gamble (NYSE: PG), New York &
Company, Inc. (NYSE: NWY) and Chico's FAS, Inc. (NYSE: CHS).

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About the Aristocrat Group Corp.

Through its brand management division, Aristocrat Brands, the Aristocrat Group
Corp. is on the path to becoming a provider of premiere luxury goods,
including top-shelf distilled spirits. The company targeted the growing market
for quality domestic liquor in order to deliver maximum returns to our

TheAristocrat Group Corp.is also exploring smart growth initiatives to
position itself as the premier resource for women’s lifestyle products and
services, including motherhood resources. For more information, please

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The Aristocrat Group Corp.
Robert Federowicz, 850-269-6801
President and CEO
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