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NAE to Market and Distribute Diamon-Fusion

February 01, 2011

IRVINE, Calif. National Automotive Experts has partnered with Diamon-Fusion International Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology) and will market and distribute the Diamon-Fusion protective windshield coating product, replacement warranty and other products.

National Automotive Experts and its network of agents, partner with hundreds of automotive dealers across the continental U.S. and offer access to products for the dealership resell market.

Through an easy and effective hand-applied process, the award-winning Diamon-Fusion nanocoating provides a more brilliant, clearer and stronger windshield resulting in impact resistance, increased visibility and safer driving conditions.  The Diamon-Fusion treated surface repels water, ice and snow, improving rain vision. It also makes the windshield easier to clean, allowing insects and residue to be easily washed away. In addition, Diamon-Fusion reduces the coefficient of friction and increases the possible weight load of glass by up to 10 times, making it much more durable and resistant to normal chips, cracks and scratches. Unlike other coatings on the market, Diamon-Fusion is UV stable and it won’t blister or peel.

“We are pleased to have enter into this partnership with National Automotive Experts, a company committed to providing the best possible products and services to its agents, representing our windshield treatment for new and pre-owned automobiles and recreational vehicles,” said Russell Slaybaugh, vice president and general manager of DFI North America. “DFI has spent a decade establishing the windshield protection market and we look forward to helping National Automotive Experts build upon this foundation.”

“We pride ourselves in offering our dealers the pioneering Diamon-Fusion coating treatment that makes driving conditions safer, through better clarity, visibility and faster reaction times," said Kelly Price, president of National Automotive Experts. "By offering the coating we also provide auto dealers with yet another value proposition to share with their customers to aid in reducing windshield damage, alleviating expensive repair work, chips and cracks resulting from small road debris. We look forward to working with DFI to promote this outstanding after-market product, as well as the entire automotive windshield product line.”

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