OGIO Congratulates Blake Baggett on Daytona Victory

Bluffdale, UT – OGIO congratulates Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki's Blake Baggett on his first win of the season at the Daytona Supercross at Daytona International Speedway. Baggett's win also moved him into second place in the championship point's battle.

"Winning last year was amazing, but it was almost over-shadowed by people saying I only won because everyone crashed," said Baggett. "This win felt so good and I think I proved that I am here to win a championship. I want to keep doing what I'm doing because I know its working. I'll be looking for another win next week."

Last week's winner Dean Wilson had a night he'd rather forget after a mid pack start and going down on the second lap. Wilson dug deep and finished the night off with an eighth place.

"I am not very happy because I want to win and know that I can win," said Wilson. "I just made a few mistakes that cost me. I need to make sure I get a good start so I don't put myself in a bad position right from the beginning of the race. I am very motivated to come out strong in Indianapolis."

Look for Baggett and Wilson back on the podium this weekend in Indy.

OGIO International, Inc. is a global leader in bag design recognized for products showcasing infused fashion with intelligent design. An award winning brand, the company received two gold medals by Golf Digest in their 2010 "Hot List" issue for its cutting edge golf bag line and was also selected as the official team travel gear for the 2010 U.S. President's Cup. Founded in 1987, the private, Utah-based company distributes products worldwide under the OGIO brand name, and operates an original equipment manufacturer division to produce gear bags for other internationally known brands. The brand's collection includes an extensive line of motocross bags; golf bags; snow and skate and packs; messenger bags; school packs; travel bags; motocross hard goods; and other active gear along with a roster of athletes that includes Travis Pastrana, Fred Couples and Bob Burnquist. For more information, visit www.ogio.com