Henderson, Nevada, April 20, 2021 – — Stevia Nutra Corp. (OTC PINK: STNT) announces today that Muff Waders, an innovative clothing line received a huge boost from its exposure on Shark Tank. In fact, it gave them such great exposure, that it tripled their orders. Both companies share interest in a hemp-based clothing line, which supplies a broad niche market, the utilization of hemp byproduct that otherwise would be disposed of is a terrific addition to an untapped market and a wonderful use of waste.
Richard Kugelmann. CEO of Stevia Nutra Corp, (STNT) explains further, “I personally know a lot of hunters, fisherman who spend hours on a boat or in a blind. This affords them the convenience of cold beverages without lugging a cooler. Honestly, I am not surprised they were bombarded with sales. What we intend to do for this company with marketing and financing is something that I have spent a lifetime developing.
“With initial sales of over a quarter of a million dollars, we expect to double that by Christmas,” added Richard Kugelmann and both Principals in charge of manufacturing Taylor Nees and Garrett Lamp. “I believe that expansion and exposure will yield great things for this company and we are thrilled to add them to our growing team. Visit our web-site www.muffwaders.com to view our products, and videos, and see our latest product Muff ‘Spender.
What in the world are Muff Waders and why do you need a pair
About Stevia Nutra Corp. (OTC Pink: STNT)
STNT is a nutraceutical based company with a number of intriguing products expected to be produced and marketed in the very near future. Our ties with distribution, cultivation and professionals within the industry make us favorably suited for this huge global market
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About Muff Waders:
Muff Waders (www.muffwaders.com) was an overnight sensation after airing on Shark Tank in a recent episode. While they did not consummate a deal, the exposure proved the sharks wrong as they completely sold out their inventory and the company pulled in over a quarter of a million in sales. They are now ready to proceed with the next level and go global with their product line.
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