$USLG Intellitronix Enjoys Record June Sales Despite COVID-19
Press Release | 07/29/2020
June is normally a slower month sales-wise for Intellitronix. This year, even in the face of the coronavirus, the company had its all-time record sales month.
EUCLID, Ohio, July 29, 2020 Intellitronix Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the US Lighting Group, Inc. (OTC:USLG), and an automotive electronics industry leader, announced that June was the companys top sales month despite the COVID-19 global pandemic, shipping $352,072 worth of products out the door.
Intellitronix is thrilled with the Sales results we achieved during June. Summer is generally slower for us with the majority of our customers attending Car Shows. The winter months are usually our peak sales season for Intellitronix automotive gauges, said Paul Spivak, CEO of the US Lighting Group. Also, COVID-19 has caused hardships for businesses of all sizes, but especially for smaller businesses like ours. We are grateful to be able to keep our employees working and achieve outstanding sales during these critical times.
Intellitronix designs and engineers automotive electronics like analog and digital gauge clusters, ignition systems, off-road vehicle lighting, powersport and marine, performance racing products, and recently the company introduced a new product line of fiberglass hood scoops. intellitronixgauges.com
About U.S. Lighting Group, Inc. and Intellitronix Corp
US Lighting Group (OTC:USLG) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Intellitronix Corporation, are leading manufacturers of electronics, supplying growth sectors such as high-tech robotics utilizing our own in-house proprietary artificial intelligence, LED lighting, custom designed LED products, microprocessor-controlled LED instrumentation, custom private labeled electronics, automotive, RV, and marine electronics. The company has manufacturing and R&D facilities in Cleveland, Ohio with an international sales distribution network. uslightinggroup.com
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