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WYNIT Distribution Announces New Partnership With NYNE

NORTH SYRACUSE, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- WYNIT Distribution, LLC announced today a distribution agreement with NYNE, an innovator of lifestyle inspired audio products. NYNE provides portable Bluetooth speakers that offer superior sound quality at an affordable price. As part of the new agreement, WYNIT will distribute NYNE's product line that is designed to complement and enhance its customers' lifestyles to authorized resellers in the United States.

"We think our resellers are really going to be excited to offer NYNE's audio products to their customers. NYNE's Bluetooth speakers, like the Bass and Cruiser, offer tremendous sound quality and portability that will make them appealing to a lot of end users," said WYNIT's Steve Ruston, Product Management Coordinator - Consumer Electronics. "We are very proud of this new partnership and look forward to delivering NYNE's products to our customers."

Rob Voorhies, national sales manager at NYNE, said, "We are thrilled to be working with such a strong distributor as WYNIT. They were a clear choice as we continue to expand our retail network nationwide. We are confident that our products will provide an exciting addition to WYNIT's portfolio."

The NYNE product line consists of five speakers, each with a unique lifestyle application. The Mini for kids and teens; the Cruiser for bicycles and strollers; the TT for traveling; the Bass for outdoor tailgates and parties; and the Aqua, a fully waterproof (IPX7) and floating Bluetooth speaker.

About NYNE
NYNE, a lifestyle inspired audio brand, is part of California-based BOSS International Group (BIG), a leader in mobile audio products for more than 25 years. NYNE designs and manufactures its audio products to enhance the enjoyment of music by today's connected consumer, wherever life takes them. A collaboration of a group of Silicon Valley veterans, acoustical engineers and audio experts with a passion for technology, NYNE is dedicated to producing high-end, quality products with superb acoustics and unparalleled technology integration.

For more information about NYNE's innovative product line, please visit www.nyne.com.

About WYNIT Distribution, LLC
WYNIT Distribution, LLC is a leading national distributor of products from the top national brands in the consumer electronics, photo, wide format printing, security and outdoor leisure and adventure industries. Based in North Syracuse, NY the company serves a wide range of customers ranging from large national retailers to independent resellers through dedicated business units and strategically located distribution facilities in Memphis, TN and Reno, NV. Founded in 1987 WYNIT Distribution, LLC's mission is to improve the competitive position of its customers and suppliers.

For more information, call WYNIT at 1-800-GO-WYNIT or visit www.wynit.com.

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