SOURCE: Legends Business Group, Inc.
MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - Nov 13, 2012) - Legends Business Group (PINKSHEETS: LGBS) today announced the winner of the Zombie Chargers logo contest that began back in August 2012. The winner of the logo design competition will receive one of the first Multi-Function Charger Controllers (MFCC) manufactured in production. The MFCC is described as a state-of-the-art multi-function charging controller, which digitally and thermally continuously adjusts throughout its charging cycle. The device will automatically detect and charge 12, 24, 36, and 48VDC lead acid batteries utilizing complex charging algorithms in association with bi-directional feedback to attain the optimal charging sequence for each charging session.
"The aim of the contest was to celebrate our first product line release, Zombiechargers.com, by letting shareholders or followers design the new logo," said Rudy Sablon, President and CEO of Legends. "We were thrilled with the amount of submissions and found it difficult to select a winner, but had to choose one. I would like to thank everyone that submitted all of their great designs."
Participants were asked in August 2012 to submit a logo based on the new product line name "Zombie Chargers." Legends received everything from the walking to dead to zombified batteries, making it challenging to select the right logo. The winner of the logo contest is Dan Smith, President of Capsmith Inc. He will be awarded one of the first MFCCs when it comes off the production line. When called, Dan was excited to learn that he won the contest and his very own MFCC. "That's great!" said Dan Smith.
The contest winners' logo design will soon appear on the zombiecharger.com website after minor retouching of the logo is completed. As a result, the Zombie Chargers website will receive a makeover throughout the next week and will be redesigned around the winning logo. You will soon be able to see the preliminary logo submitted at http://www.legendspower.com/current_projects.php
With Legends securing a minimum order of 500 aluminum cases for the MFCC while in China, Legends is poised to see manufacturing begin.
One of Legends new undertakings is overall transparency to its shareholders; this can be demonstrated on our website. Visit: http://www.legendspower.com/current_projects.php
About Legends Business Group
Legends Business Group, Inc. was incorporated in March 2006, and is a publicly traded company. The company has recently refocused its purpose and has moved itself into the alternative and exotic energy marketplace. For more information please visit: http://www.legendspower.com
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