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Energy Efficient Glo Brite(R) Eco Exit(TM) Safety Signs Named 2009 Hot Product by TED Magazine

December 18, 2008

MCHENRY, Ill., Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ — Jessup Manufacturing Company’s Glo
Brite(R) Eco Exit(TM) signs are featured as one of the hot products for 2009
in the December issue of TED Magazine, the official publication of The
National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED).

The Eco Exit(TM) signs, from North America’s leading manufacturer of
photoluminescent safety products, consume no energy and need no maintenance.
The signs include single-sided and double-sided configurations with multiple
mounting options and viewing distances of up to 100 feet.

“This is a significant accolade, because TED typically focuses on products
that require electricity,” explained Alan M. Carlson, vice president marketing
support and business development for Jessup. “Our Glo Brite(R) Eco Exit(TM)
signs don’t require wiring, bulbs or batteries, making them the most energy
efficient exit signs on the market today.”

The ecologically friendly Glo Brite(R) Eco Exit(TM) signs give users a
simple way to meet exit safety standards while reducing their carbon
footprint. A building with 100 photoluminescent signs will save more than
$3,500 a year in energy costs and reduce air pollution by almost a half a
million pounds of CO2 compared with incandescent signs over the life of the
product.

TED recognized products that offer electrical distributors innovative ways
to meet their customers’ needs and increase sales. TED is circulated monthly
to over 27,000 readers in the electrical distribution industry.

For more information about Glo Brite(R) Eco Exit(TM) signs, visit
http://www.jessupmfg.com.

About Jessup Manufacturing

Jessup Manufacturing Company (http://www.jessupmfg.com) was established in
1956 and is North America’s prime manufacturer of photoluminescent and site
safety products. The company’s products are used in the building,
transportation, printing and action sports markets.

SOURCE Jessup Manufacturing Company


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