Eastlake, OH, February 08, 2018 --(PR.com
, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Lighting Group
(OTC: USLG), today announced that Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) approached the Company at the 2017 SEMA show with an interest to become a vendor of their products. Intellitronix and Wal-Mart have since signed a vendor agreement. Terms of the Agreement were not disclosed.
“We are very pleased to have entered into a Vendor Agreement with Wal-Mart,” said Intellitronix CEO, Paul Spivak. “The fact that Wal-Mart found us at the SEMA show and followed up with a vendor relationship is a testimony to the quality and mix of products that we proudly manufacture in the USA. This Agreement falls on the heels of previously announced Vendor Agreements with Kawasaki and Home Depot, adding to our growing mix of distribution.”
Intellitronix was acquired by US Lighting Group in August, 2017 and has since been on a fast-track pace of expanding its vendor and distribution network.
The Company looks forward to an ever-growing network of marketers for Intellitronix mix of products that includes a broad array of LED lighting, related automotive products, LED gauges and panels as well as marine and other products.
The 2017 SEMA Show, held in Las Vegas, was Intellitronix’s first appearance at the annual Show, which is attended by over 70,000 vendors. It is the largest automotive aftermarket show in the world.
About US Lighting Group
US Lighting Group (OTC: USLG), through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Intellitronix, is a manufacturer of LED lighting, LED gauges and panels, which are energy-saving devices of high-quality automotive after-market products, which 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.
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