EASTLAKE, Ohio, Feb. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Intellitronix, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Lighting Group (OTC: USLG), today announced that it has entered into an agreement with automotive aftermarket marketing veteran Ken Farrell Jr. to advance the sales of its products.
The details of the Agreement are not being disclosed. However, Farrell’s successful history in advancing engineered automotive aftermarket products to market may well prove of value to Intellitronix, considering the Company’s own growing mix of automotive aftermarket products.
“Engaging Mr. Farrell to work with our Company is a plus for US Lighting Group and its shareholders,” said Intellitronix President Paul Spivak. “Ken is a true veteran with years of experience, having developed markets for products with superior engineering that won his company numerous awards.”
In 2004, Mr. Farrell formed Retrotech Products Retrotech EFI, which co-developed and patented the first self-learning throttle body EFI kit for the automotive aftermarket, which was later sold to Power Professional Products in 2008 and released to the market under the name Powerjection that won 4 SEMA awards. Mr. Farrell has been a leader in the aftermarket performance industry for over 20 years. His focus is aftermarket products that fit a need and cost niche that are manufactured for the consumer market.
“I truly believe Intellitronix has done a great job of building a portfolio of automotive aftermarket products that meets the needs of consumers,” said Ken Farrell. “Working with Paul and his staff is a pleasure and I look forward to our relationship as we advance our efforts to build upon Intellitronix’ brand.”
Intellitronix is a manufacturer of LED lighting, LED gauges and panels, which are energy-saving devices of high-quality automotive after-market products that are also available to consumers through vendors such as Home Depot. The Company also manufactures an array of LED energy-saving light bulbs. All of the Company’s products are 'Made in the USA' at its own manufacturing facility located near Cleveland, Ohio. Intellitronix is also the exclusive distributor for Promobot, an autonomous service robot which has been engineered by the Company to fulfill security and weapons detection demand.
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