SaviCorp Announces Price Adjustments as Company Drives to Expand Sales of The DynoValve Locally & Nationally
Orange County Register Article Highlights DynoValve Inventor's Dream to Save the Planet
SANTA ANA, CA--March 22, 2013: SaviCorp
In an effort to help consumers on the price-point of SaviCorp's flagship, the DynoValve, company President Victor Chu announced an immediate price adjustment. "With gasoline prices over $4.00 a gallon and higher is some parts of the country, drivers continue to feel the impact of fuel costs at home. Commercial fleets see the pressure on their bottom lines."
Chu has adjusted the suggested retail price of the DynoValve to $399 and the fleet price to $349. "We really want to make the decision to invest in a DynoValve more compelling because recovering the cost of its benefits will occur in less time. Consumers can now save $100 on each DynoValve beginning today."
This move compliments the increased awareness of the DynoValve as highlighted on the front page of the March 12 th Edition of the Orange County Register. "Inventor fires up big dream" followed by "Serge Monros hopes his automotive device will save the planet" read the introduction to the article by front page columnist David Whiting. The OC Register article (see link below) focused on Monros' efforts to "save the planet, one vehicle at a time" and how the company has been expanding its marketing and sales efforts to build SaviCorp into a first class operation bringing increased revenues that will translate into increased shareholder value.
"We've already seen great response in interest for the DynoValve after the release of the article and have our installation team working on local customers who want to have the device installed in their vehicles," says Monros.
Innovation, reducing costs, and reducing emissions are the cornerstones of the DynoValve and passions of its inventor and SaviCorp's Founder and CEO/CTO, Serge Monros. Monros holds over 30 patents and patent applications with more on the way. Most recently in January, his pollution control system patent no. 8,360,038 B2 01/29/13 was granted. The DynoValve causes engines to run more efficiently and with less emissions and better fuel economy.