Alden Stiefel and Ryan Friedlinghaus

Maxxsonics announced today from their Chicago, IL headquarters that they have entered into a licensing agreement with West Coast Customs to provide licensed products in a variety of categories bearing the famous company’s brand name. These products will be available in Q1 2013 and will be showcased on the Inside West Coast Customs television show along with other Maxxsonics brands.

Alden Stiefel, President and CEO of Maxxsonics USA said, “We are very good at designing reliable high-performance products. Ryan and his team at West Coast Customs demand the best. We feel that this is a perfect fit and our joint efforts will help propel both West Coast Customs and Maxxsonics to the next level. We’re looking forward to working on these new products and showing the world what this collaboration will look like at CES in January 2013.”

Ryan Friedlinghaus, Founder and CEO of West Coast Customs says, “I demand perfection when it comes to the West Coast Customs brand. I won’t license a product that I wouldn’t use in my own car. My desire to team with a company with a proven track record led me to Maxxsonics. Alden and his team are a perfect choice for us.”

 

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