$USLG US Lighting Group Completes Third Financial Audit
Press Release | 08/20/2020
EUCLID, Ohio, August 20, 2020 U.S. Lighting Group, Inc. (OTC:USLG), announced it completed its second and third years audited financials ending December 31, 2018 and 2019.
The US Lighting Group is ecstatic to have its 2018 and 2019 audited financials completed. We are working on Form 10 for submission to the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) to become a fully reporting issuer and then we will up list from OTC Pink to OTCQB venture market. The OTCQB will offer us an expanded base of investors who want to invest in the US Lighting Group, a progressive entrepreneurial U.S. development company. One of the goals of the companys strategic growth plans is to move up to a senior exchange giving our investors additional financial benefits, said Paul Spivak, CEO of the U.S. Lighting Group.
The US Lighting Group is a US designer and manufacturer of commercial LED lighting products, automotive and patented marine electronics, and robotics with artificial intelligence (AI). The US Lighting Group has also expanded into the RV industry with a new product line of energy management systems.
About U.S. Lighting Group, Inc.
US Lighting Group (OTC:USLG) is 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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