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QMotion Shades Partners with Atlantic Integrated to Promote Sales in the Northeast December 20th, 2012

QMotion Advanced Shading Systems is expanding its reach for business, teaming with Atlantic Integrated, an agent which represents high-end consumer electronics in the Northeast.

QMotion, a leader in automation, created an award-winning system for quietly raising and lowering automated shades and controlling the climate of an office or home. QMotion’s systems also are remarkably easy to install; they operate on either low voltage power or ordinary batteries which are out of sight and last far longer than competitors’ systems.

Ben Kutell, director of marketing for QMotion, said the Pensacola, Fla., manufacturer was glad to link up with Atlantic Integrated,headquartered in Rockleigh, N.J.

“Atlantic Integrated will help us expand our market in the Northeast, enabling us to reach more people with our high-tech, energy-saving shades,” Kutell said.

Atlantic Integrated represents top manufacturers in the custom electronics industry, especially in the New York metropolitan area.

David Humphries, Atlantic Integrated principal, said, “We are very pleased to represent QMotion. QMotion brings innovative shading solutions that will enable our customers to develop and grow their window shade business in this rapidly expanding product category.”

Details: See Qmotionshades.com

Media Note: For more information, call Caron Sjoberg or Mark O’Brien at 850-434-9095 or carons@ideaworksusa.com or marko@ideaworksusa.com

About QMotion Shades
QMotion is a leader in the field of automation for homes and businesses. QMotion has rapidly expanded both nationally and internationally as word spreads of its nearly silent automated shades, stylish designs and batteries that last up to seven years, far longer than their rivals. Installation is a snap, another reason QMotion is a hit with home automators. QMotion, based in Pensacola, Fla., provides a five-year warranty and offers innovative solutions for businesses and homes with complicated shade problems.