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March 2nd, 2011

Diamon-Fusion partners with Arizona Shower Door

Abstract:
Officials at Arizona Shower Door Inc., Phoenix, have chosen Diamon-Fusion International Inc., Irvine, Calif., as the company's exclusive glass protection supplier, according to a March 2 release. Arizona Shower Door will offer its customers DFI's Clear-Fusion Pro glass protective coating product as an upgrade feature for all its shower door product lines. It also will sell Clear-Fusion Pro protected shower doors, DFI's Consumer Maintenance Kit, Express Care Kit and Do-It-Yourself Kit through all six locations serving the entire U.S. and Canada.

"We are pleased to be partnering with Arizona Shower Door, a company committed to providing the best possible combination of value and quality to its customers, representing our Clear-Fusion Pro treatment for shower enclosures, as well as DFI's consumer kit product line," said Adam Zax, president and CEO, Diamon-Fusion International, in the release. "As DFI coatings continue to offer a competitive advantage and differentiator among all shower door manufacturers, we are thrilled to help Arizona Shower Door lead the charge."

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