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Allergy Technologies Signs Exclusive Agreement with Hospi-Tel

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Allergy Technologies has signed an exclusive distribution contract with Hospi-Tel, allowing it to represent and sell ActiveGuard Mattress Liners throughout the hospitality industry nationwide.

| March 12, 2012

AMBLER, Pa. — Allergy Technologies has signed an exclusive distribution contract with Hospi-Tel, allowing it to represent and sell ActiveGuard Mattress Liners throughout the hospitality industry nationwide.

Hospi-Tel, a leading manufacturer and distributor of hospitality and healthcare products will exclusively represent ActiveGuard Mattress Liners to all hotels, motels and other lodging facilities throughout the country.

According to Joseph Latino, chief operating officer (COO) for Allergy Technologies, working with Hospi-Tel represents a significant growth opportunity for ActiveGuard Mattress Liners.

“We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with Hospi-Tel to distribute ActiveGuard Mattress Liners to such a broad spectrum of this audience,” Latino said. “Hospi-Tel already sells products to an array of industry segments that represent an ideal prospective customer base for our product. This distribution agreement clearly represents tremendous growth potential for both us and Hospi-Tel; a true ‘win-win’ relationship.”

Hospi-Tel will be distributing ActiveGuard in the United States, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, and will likely grow pending registration for the product’s use in Mexico, Canada, the balance of the Caribbean and other countries.

David Freedland, president of New Jersey-based Hospi-Tel Mfg., Co., is excited about working with Allergy Technologies to introduce ActiveGuard Mattress Liners to new and emerging customer bases.

“We are pleased to be representing the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner. It provides Hospi-Tel with an innovative, effective and novel product solution that we can offer to our customers looking for a preventative and active tool in fighting bed bugs,” Freedland said. “We are impressed by the results of the extensive testing Allergy Technologies has done with ActiveGuard and know that it meets our standard of excellence to be a member of the Hospi-Tel family of products we offer.”

“We are confident it will meet with widespread acceptance. We’re going to focus on making this the new standard for reasonable care as a pro-active preventative solution within the country’s hospitality industry.”

For more information about Allergy Technologies visit www.allergytechnologies.com.
 

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