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Armored vehicle to be on display at Vegas Limo Show
Published on Mon, Feb 4, 2013 (11:58 a.m.)BULLET-PROOF RANGE ROVER ON DISPLAY AT THE “INTERNATIONAL LTC (LIMO) SHOW”
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, February 4, 2013 – International Armoring Corporation (IAC), the world leader in passenger vehicle armoring, will have a bullet-proof Land Rover Range Rover available for inspection at the annual “International LTC Limo Show” being held at the MGM Grand Hotel, February 5 – 7, 2013. This armored 2012 Range Rover HSE is completely armored to stop virtually any ammunition rounds as well as grenades, all while maintaining it’s original appearance. The entire passenger compartment, including roof, floor, doors, glass, pillar posts is protected. In addition, the fuel tank, battery, ECM and engine side areas are protected. IAC is known for its use of light weight synthetic fiber laminates, known as “ARMORMAX ®” which reduces added armor weight by up to seventy percent (70%).
Mark Burton, CEO and Founder of IAC said “with the increase in demand in the U.S. and the ever growing international demand, it is critical to form alliances with those in the automotive related industries; especially the limousine industry.” Burton further stated that “these armored vehicles are being used more and more by individuals here in the U.S. that are concerned for their personal security.”
About International Armoring Corporation (IAC) Founded in Utah in 1993, IAC now has numerous manufacturing and service facilities around the world. IAC has built over 8,000 armored passenger vehicles - shipped to over 50 different countries, including 41 different foreign presidents and heads of state. Governments, subcontractors, militaries, international corporations, religious leaders (including the Pope), celebrities, vehicle manufacturers, and other individuals use IAC vehicles. IAC has had in excess of 300 attacks on its vehicles during the past 20 years. IAC is the originator and designer of high tech fibers (“ARMORMAX®”) used in the armoring of passenger vehicles. IAC has been featured in over 200 media stories in Discovery and History Channel, CNBC, Time Magazine, Fox News and the Wall Street Journal.
For further information please contact Mary Macias at 801-393-1075.
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