Local Battery Manufacturer Supports Immigrant Rights
Newbury Park, CA – April 28, 2006 - Battery-Biz Inc., the leading manufacturer and distributor of after-market rechargeable batteries for consumer electronics,
will close their offices on Monday in support of immigrant rights surrounding the May 1st labor protest.
“We have several employees who are planning to participate in the labor protest and as a show of support for these employees and
immigrant rights in general, Battery-Biz has decided to give all of their employees the day off,” says Director of Marketing Jessie Revlin.
“Battery-Biz is a globally conscious organization with a deep respect for all of the employees who keep our business running.”
While closing their offices on Monday may affect shipments, Battery-Biz anticipates that the benefit of supporting immigrant workers
will outweigh any negative consequences. Business will resume on Tuesday, May 2nd and they expect all shipments to be back on schedule shortly after reopening.
About Battery-Biz Inc.
Battery-Biz Inc., Battery-Biz was established in 1988 and is a manufacturer and distributor of rechargeable power products.
Battery-Biz is located in Newbury Park, CA and has distributors worldwide. Battery-Biz’s products are sold under the Hi-Capacity® brand name
and include batteries, adapters and chargers for laptops, camcorders, digital cameras, cell phones, cordless phones, UPS devices, power tools,
PDAs and other consumer electronics. Battery-Biz is also the exclusive licensee of the Duracell brand name and a distributor for Duracell camcorder
and digital camera rechargeable batteries.
For more information about Battery-Biz and Hi-Capacity please visit our website at www.Hi-Capacity.com
or email to email@example.com.
Press contact: Jessie Revlin – Jessie@battery-biz.com