MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - January 17, 2013) - Legends Business Group (PINKSHEETS: LGBS) today announced that its long awaited Zombie Chargers product line is now in the manufacturing stage, with the Florida based engineering firm announced back on September 11, 2012. Under the agreement, the engineering firm has agreed to manufacture a minimum of 500 units of the Multi-Function Charger Controller (MFCC) over the next twelve months.
Production of the Zombie Charger line started with the receipt of an order that had been secured in China as announced on November 8, 2012, for the aluminum cases. Additional custom ordered components such as circuit boards and power supplies had been secured and were already at the manufacturer prior to receiving the cases. After consultation with Inventor Jeffery C. Wilson on the components and the manufacturing steps, Legends proceeded into full production of the MFCC and the Restorer Charger (RC) with the engineering firm.
"We are excited to finally be out of the development stage and into production mode," said Rudy Sablon, LGBS's President and CEO. "Zombie Chargers will soon be able to accept orders on its product page as the first units roll off the production line." For Zombie Chargers product updates please visit: http://www.zombiechargers.com
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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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