XPEL Protects Grand Prix Masters Series Cars
XPEL PROTECTS GRAND PRIX MASTERS SERIES CARS
– Team Drivers Include Mansell, Prost, Fittipaldi, and Cheever –
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, April 26, 2006…XPEL Technologies Corp. (TSXV: DAP.U) announced today, that through its U.K.-based Distributor Paintshield, Ltd., it has teamed with the Grand Prix Masters Series (“GPMS”), providing GPMS Members with computer-cut Paint Protection Products. These products have been designed for protecting the painted surfaces from damaging course debris when GPMS Members race wheel-to-wheel at speeds up to 200 m.p.h.
Simon Dowson, Director of Delta Motorsport, who races GPMS cars, commented, “We are most pleased to have forged a partnership with the world’s finest paint protection company. XPEL provides the ideal solution for all Grand Prix Masters Series teams, as their products protect not only a race car’s paint, but more importantly, each team’s sponsor logos.”
Tom Wakeford, Paintshield U.K.’s Managing Director concluded, “We are undoubtedly moving into another level of product awareness by supplying the Grand Prix Masters Series with XPEL Paint Protection kits. Additionally, the fact that we are able to utilize XPEL’s superior product designs, gives us the ability to respond with greater accuracy and speed to each race team’s demanding requirements.”
XPEL Technologies Corp. (www.xpel.com), publicly traded on the TSXV Exchange, is the worldwide leader in the electronic delivery of top automotive aftermarket products, utilizing the Internet as an integral component for its design, manufacturing, distribution and customer relationship strategies. The Company’s DAP software utility offers Dealers the industry’s most efficient and productive tool set for better serving customers with “best of breed” solutions in real-time. XPEL has clear advantages over the competition through its proprietary corporate framework consisting of an expansive library of installation-friendly window tint, paint and headlight protection products, coupled with a unique web-based remote manufacturing and distribution software, superior installation training curriculum and facilities, and established and growing sales distribution channels.
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