Based upon preliminary data, the Company expects to post first quarter revenue of approximately
For more information about the EnerPlex line of products, visit www.goenerplex.com.
The Company believes the EnerPlex product line is changing the paradigm of solar-integrated consumer electronics, providing consumers with lightweight, powerful and extremely durable charging solutions for all their portable electronics.
The preliminary, unaudited information provided above is based on the Company’s current estimate of results from operations for the first quarter of 2014 and remains subject to change based on the Company’s quarterly closing procedures including our execution of our internal controls over financial reporting, or the subsequent occurrence or identification of events prior to the formal issuance of the quarterly financial statement.
About EnerPlex (and design)™: EnerPlex is a registered trademark in the
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