Logic Solutions Teams with PEP Stations, Makers of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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PEP (Plug-in Electric Power) Stations, LLC sets out to be a leader in the electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles charging infrastructure.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—September 20, 2010—ANN ARBOR, MI—Logic Solutions, Inc. announces a new client, PEP Stations, LLC. Logic has been retained by PEP Stations to provide web application development, strategy and support for their commercial electric vehicle charge stations. Initial efforts will be focused on a complete re-design of PEP Stations’ corporate website.

Setting the industry benchmark for the Level 2 (240V) commercial charge station market, PEP Stations are designed with a reinforced concrete base, touch-screen user interface, and access or credit card reader. The stations were conceptualized by award winning commercial designer and developer, James Blain & Associates, and engineered by world-class engineering firm, Ricardo, Inc. James Blain states that “The attractive, dual charging, patented profile symbolizes the era of the electric vehicle industry.”

PEP Stations’ target markets include commercial destinations such as office buildings, retail outlets and malls, hotels, superstores, movie theaters, restaurants, etc. where electrical infrastructure normally exists.

Logic Solutions’ COO, Bruce Richardson, states, “We are pleased to be involved in this project that supports the automobile industry in its commitment to sustainable energy. The availability of PEP Stations will make the consumer’s decision to purchase an electric or hybrid vehicle an easier one.”

The first PEP Stations will be installed in the fourth quarter of 2010.

About PEP Stations

Conceptualized by award winning commercial designer and developer, James Blain & Associates, PEP Stations are engineered by the world-class engineering firm, Ricardo, Inc. PEP Stations, LLC’s Livonia, Michigan based company consists of experienced executives from both the automotive and telecommunication industries.

For more information please visit http://www.pepstations.com.

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