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The Aristocrat Group, Inc. (ASCC) Partners With Major Luxury Retailer For Charity Events Sponsorship

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Today before the opening bell, the Aristocrat Group announced that it had negotiated a key partnership with a luxury retailer for its flagship vodka. In this exclusive agreement, the company's RWB Ultra Premium Handcrafted Vodka will be an official sponsor of high-profile charity events that are put on by the retailer.

This well-known department store is noted to sponsor many affluent social functions throughout the year, ranging from glamorous fashion shows to cocktail parties and luncheons benefiting causes such as cancer research and the arts. The Aristocrat Group's top-shelf vodka will be the exclusive vodka served the philanthropists at these functions.

"We're thrilled to be associated with such a well-known luxury brand, and we can't wait to announce this retailer's name," Aristocrat Group CEO Robert Federowicz said. "RWB is the perfect choice for the clientele that this much-admired retailer has cultivated over the years, and participating in events benefitting charity will be a wonderful way to introduce a product of such quality."

Just last year, the gluten-free vodka won a prestigious SIP Award due to its quality. The spirit is available in Spec's stores throughout the Dallas and Houston areas as well as specsonline.com-Spec's is America's largest alcoholic beverage retailer. The vodka is also available at Goody Goody stores throughout Texas, which is the largest alcoholic beverage retailer in Texas, and in 18 restaurants, bars, and nightclubs throughout Dallas and Houston as well.

The Aristocrat Group is looking to build a portfolio of highly successful brands to compete in the growing international spirits marketplace, starting with its award-winning, handcrafted vodka.

For more information, visit: aristocratgroupcorp.com

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