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Princeton Tec
Expands Bike Light Distribution

Company recently partnered with premier bike distributors Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) and Seattle Bike Supply (SBS)

Princeton Tec Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 2/23/2009
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Princeton Tec Swerve

Princeton Tec Swerve Bicycle Tail Light

BORDENTOWN, N.J. - As one of the leading bike light manufacturers in the industry, Princeton Tec has recently partnered with premier bike distributors Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) and Seattle Bike Supply (SBS).

The Princeton Tec bike light line is known for its feature-rich product offerings suitable for all types of cyclists, from urban commuters to endurance racers. Lights like the Swerve, the most powerful tail light currently available, and the Switchback Series, which offers unsurpassed charge/burn times, provide cyclists with unique solutions to existing lights on the market.

"The addition of QBP and SBS to our current distribution structure gives dealers across the country access to Princeton Tec bike lights within one-day shipping," says Justin Kline, Princeton Tec's bike division manager. "We've been growing rapidly over the past few years and both QBP and SBS will help continue this growth, providing access to new dealers and giving existing customers faster turnaround on product - which ultimately allows consumers to get lights faster."

Both QBP and SBS are currently stocking Princeton Tec's Switchback Series of rechargeable bike lights, Swerve tail light, Eos bike light and Corona bike light. The two distributors are also carrying a handful of Princeton Tec headlamps including the Fuel, Quad and Apex.

Princeton Tec also distributes their bike lights regionally through: Action Bicycle USA, Bicycle Technologies International, Downeast Bicycle Specialists, Hawley Company, Hans Johnsen, Wilson Bicycle Sales and Cyclone Bicycle.

For more information, visit the company's website at: princetontec.com.









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