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This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Jan 24, 2008.

8. Acquisition of Saguaro LLC

     On October 24, 2006, we completed our acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women's apparel. We paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of our common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for our common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note, which was paid off by December 31, 2006. The fair value of the securities and promissory note issued in connection with the acquisition has been ascribed to the trademarks acquired and is recorded as an intangible asset having an indefinite life not subject to amortization.

     Since January 2005, we had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, we recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of our operating expenses. As a result of our acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks, we no longer pay royalties and design fees to Impex.

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This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Oct 26, 2007.

Acquisition of Saguaro LLC

     On October 24, 2006, Nitches completed its acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women’s apparel. Nitches paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of Nitches common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for the common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note. Since January 2005, the Company had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, Nitches recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of its operating expenses. Due to the closing of the Acquisition Agreement, Nitches is not required to pay such fees to Impex as of January 1, 2006. Accordingly, profit margins for Saguaro® products are expected to increase.

This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Oct 26, 2007.

8. Acquisition of Saguaro LLC:

     On October 24, 2006, we completed our acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women’s apparel. We paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of our common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for our common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note. The purchase price of $3,030,000 was allocated to the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks. Since January 2005, we had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, we recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of our operating expenses. Royalty and design fees accrued and paid from September through December 2005 were approximately $183,000. Due to the closing of the Acquisition Agreement, Nitches is not required to pay such fees to Impex as of January 1, 2006. Accordingly, profit margins for Saguaro® products are expected to increase.

This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Apr 12, 2007.

8. Acquisition of Saguaro LLC:

     On October 24, 2006, we completed our acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women’s apparel. We paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of our common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for our common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note. The purchase price of $3,030,000 was allocated $306,000 to the Saguaro trademark and $2,724,000 to goodwill. Since January 2005, we had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, we recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of our operating expenses. Royalty and design fees accrued and paid from September through December 2005 were approximately $183,000. Due to the closing of the Acquisition Agreement, Nitches is not required to pay such fees to Impex as of January 1, 2006. Accordingly, profit margins for Saguaro® products are expected to increase.

This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Jan 31, 2007.

Acquisition of Saguaro LLC

     On October 24, 2006, Nitches completed its acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women’s apparel. Nitches paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of Nitches common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for the common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note. Since January 2005, the Company had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, Nitches recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of its operating expenses. Due to the closing of the Acquisition Agreement, Nitches is not required to pay such fees to Impex as of January 1, 2006. Accordingly, profit margins for Saguaro® products are expected to increase.

This excerpt taken from the NICH 10-Q filed Jan 22, 2007.

Acquisition of Saguaro LLC

     On October 24, 2006, Nitches completed its acquisition of the Saguaro® mark and related trademarks from Impex Inc., a leading manufacturer of branded and non-branded specialty, western and private-label women’s apparel. Nitches paid consideration of $3,030,000 to Impex in the form of 600,000 shares of Nitches common stock valued at $4.55 per share (based on the average closing price for the common stock for the ten trading days between June 7 and June 20, 2006, inclusive) and a $300,000 promissory note. Since January 2005, the Company had been manufacturing and distributing Saguaro® apparel products to specialty and catalog retailers under the terms of a strategic alliance with Impex. Under this alliance, Nitches recorded the revenue from such sales and remitted royalties and design fees to Impex as part of its operating expenses. Due to the closing of the Acquisition Agreement, Nitches is not required to pay such fees to Impex as of January 1, 2006. Accordingly, profit margins for Saguaro® products are expected to increase.

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