SOURCE: CTI Industries Corporation

CTI Industries Corporation

September 25, 2013 12:00 ET

CTI Industries Corporation Launches Ziploc® Brand Vacuum Sealer System Website

LAKE BARRINGTON, IL--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2013) - CTI Industries Corporation (NASDAQ: CTIB), a manufacturer and marketer of vacuum sealing systems, foil balloons, latex balloons, printed and laminated films, has launched a website for the Ziploc® Brand Vacuum Sealer System at: The Ziploc® Brand Vacuum Sealer System is manufactured and distributed by CTI under license from SC Johnson.

The site provides complete graphic and narrative on CTI's line of vacuum sealer machines and the bags and rolls of film which make up the household vacuum storage system. The site includes full information on each of the vacuum sealer machines CTI now offers, guides to use of the machines and system, product information on the Ziploc® Brand bags and rolls for use with the system, a video demonstration and a comprehensive guide to vacuum food storage. The site also lists the retail outlets where the Ziploc® Brand Vacuum Sealer System may be purchased.

Purchasers of the vacuum sealing machines can register for their warranty coverage online, and customer service contact information is also provided.

Since its introduction on March 2012, the Ziploc® Brand Vacuum Sealer System has achieved significant market acceptance and is now sold in over 6,000 retail outlets throughout the United States.

CTI Industries is one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of foil and latex balloons, develops, produces and markets vacuum sealing systems for household use and produces laminated and printed films for commercial uses. CTI markets its products throughout the United States and in a number of other countries.

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