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2011-04-13 09:00:00

NEW YORK, April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Vespa USA is joining forces with MintLife, the award-winning blog of Mint.com, the free personal finance website that helps budget-minded Americans track and manage their money. To encourage consumers to rethink their transportation and commuting choices, MintLife has added motor scooter ownership to its portfolio of cash-conservation tips. The more than 1 million daily visitors to MintLife will get a reminder that the road to savings - and...

2011-01-24 08:00:00

PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Portland based Group Buying site www.suchthedeal.com is making history by offering what is believed to be the first ever Scooter/Vespa "Group Buy" in the United States. Starting Monday, January 24, 2011 www.suchthedeal.com in conjunction with Vespa Milwaukie (Oregon) will offer five LX 150cc Piaggio Vespas for sale at 40% off the regular price. The deal will last for two weeks or until all the Vespas are sold. "We're thrilled with this...

2010-10-27 12:01:00

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Peter J. Laitmon, a veteran sales and marketing executive who reintroduced the classic Vespa motor scooter to North America, has been named CEO of Oxygen World, Inc., manufacturer of the first zero-emissions, 100 percent electric scooter, it was announced today. Mr. Laitmon, with over 35 years of experience in innovative sales and marketing, reintroduced the Vespa scooter in 2000, returning it to its place as an icon of style and function in the United...

2010-10-19 02:17:00

DIEMEN, Netherlands, October 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Dutch company Tuk Tuk Factory presents the first fully electric version of the well known Asian Tuk Tuk to the European market. The market introduction of the flamboyantly fun and green Tuk Tuk will take place on the 19th of October at the eCarTec in MÃ"¦Ãƒ“šÃ‚±nchen, the biggest fair in e-mobility. Tuk Tuk Factory aims to find potential European partners...


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