Limited Luxury Cases Inks Distribution Deal With Ingram Micro

By TWICE Staff On Aug 22 2011 - 4:01am

LAS VEGAS — Cellular accessory manufacturer Limited Luxury Cases has entered into an agreement with the Ingram Micro consumer electronics division (IMCE).

The U.S. distribution agreement will allow the company’s recently introduced line of phone and tablet cases to become available to the established IMCE customer base.

The current assortment being carried by IMCE includes protective cases for Apple iPhone 4, iPad 2 and Motorola phone and tablet products.

Limited Luxury’s full line includes models for BlackBerry handhelds, HTC’s MyTouch 3G, Amazon’s Kindle and B&N’s Nook. The line will expand this fall, adding Hewlett- Packard TouchPad, BlackBerry PlayBook, HTC Flyer and Samsung Galaxy Tab models

“We are going to be very aggressive growing our brand within the United States, and IMCE is a vital part of our long-term, go-to-market strategy,” said Jay Lent, Limited Luxury Cases sales director. “The breadth of our assortment that we will be introducing this fall will allow us to capitalize on the emerging tablet category all leading up to our debut at CES 2012.”

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