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Nelson-Miller Announces Commitment in Environmental Protection by Installing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations to Los Angeles Company Headquarters

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LOS ANGELES--March 13, 2013: Nelson-Miller, Inc. -- the country's leading manufacturer of graphic product identification and user interface components, including graphic overlays and membrane switches -- announced on Tuesday, March 12 th that their proud commitment to protecting the earth's environment continues, with the installation of two Leviton EVR-Green, electric vehicle charging stations, as well the acquisition of a new Chevy Volt to add to the company's motor pool.

The new charging stations offer Nelson-Miller's visitors and employees a quick, simple, "Plug-and-Go" solution and are compatible with most electric vehicles including the popular Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, Toyota Plug-In Prius, and Honda's Accord.

In addition to the new charging stations, Nelson-Miller has added a new Chevy Volt to its motor pool, and is available for use by any field employee. "The Chevy Volt is a plug-in hybrid, capable of travelling up to 35 miles on a single charge and is the perfect solution for servicing our customers in and around the Los Angeles area," said Nelson-Miller's President Jim Kaldem.

Nelson-Miller has a strong commitment to being a "green" manufacturer, and was recognized for this effort on August 31, 2008 when then California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger visited Nelson-Miller's office and signed the "California Green Chemistry Initiative", a six-part initiative designed to reduce public and environmental exposure to toxins through improved knowledge and regulation of dangerous chemicals.