The corrected release reads:
PITBULL, VOLI VODKA AND MANGO'S TROPICAL CAFÉ ANNOUNCE NEW MANGO COCONUT FLAVORED VODKA "MANGO'S" FEATURING LEGENDARY MANGO'S SOUTH BEACH NIGHTCLUB
David and Josh Wallack, father and son owners of Mango's Tropical Cafe South Beach and Orlando, Voli Vodka, and Armando Christian Perez, also known as International Superstar Pitbull, announce a new collaboration with Voli Vodka’s new libation "Mango's Mango-Coconut Fusion" that will be available this summer. The new "Mango's by Voli" was created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary Mango's Tropical Café South Beach and the opening this fall of the $50 million, 55,000 square foot Mango's Tropical Café Orlando.
"Every time I go to Mango's, it's sexy women and Voli time," said Pitbull. "Get ready Orlando, DALE!"
Pitbull became Voli Vodka spokesperson, ambassador and a company shareholder, in 2011. Voli Vodka was founded in 2008 and is a privately held premier spirits company located in Miami, Florida. Hand-crafted by its master distiller in Cognac, France, Voli is a delicate blend of superior grade Beauce wheat and natural Gensac spring water that is five-times distilled and non-chill filtered.
Adds Craig Kodish, Voli's President, "Voli partnered with Pitbull for his authentic and organic love of the product as we looked to increase its brand awareness. Voli is about a fun lifestyle, which is why Pitbull is the perfect partner for the brand and Mango's for the flavor."
"We have several deals with regional liquor stores to ensure Pitbull fans can easily find and enjoy the new 'Mango's' Voli Vodka," said Josh Wallack, Chief Operating Officer of Mango's Tropical Café. "We can't think of a better way to celebrate our South Beach nightclub's 25th anniversary - and the opening this fall of our second nightclub in Orlando - than with a 'Mango's' toast to Voli Vodka and Pitbull fans."
Mango's Tropical Café South Beach is one of the nation's top-ten grossing bars in America and is known as one of the country's hottest nightclubs. Mango's Tropical Café Orlando, scheduled to open this fall in the heart of Orlando's International Drive tourist district, is destined to follow a similar path, and is 3 times the size of the Miami location.