COTTAGE GROVE, TN--(Marketwire - 07/14/11) - Cooper Holding Corp. (Pinksheets:SHAR - News), a publicly traded company engaged in the wholesale and retail sale of a diverse line of outdoor products, announces that 3,000 units of the Company's patented Chameleon Blind have arrived.The first container, for 2011, has arrived with the Company's flagship product, The Chameleon Blind. This hunting blind is available in gun and bow models, each offering two camouflage patterns. Employees have begun processing orders and distributing the product across the country.The Company utilizes four channels of distribution: Large distributers that sell directly to individually owned retail outlets; big box stores that sell directly to the consumer; the Company's web store and hunting expos. The Board of Directors expects to sell five containers this year at an average gain of 122% for a total of 1.1 million in sales."I am confident that with a good marketing campaign and the professional sales team we have working with us that we can reach our goal," said Dan Cooper, President of Cooper Holding Corp.Dan Cooper went on to ad that he extends a personal invitation to all shareholders to come join him at any of the hunting expos that are listed on the Company's website.Corporate Website: http://www.cooperholdingcorp.com/
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