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PRG appointed North American distributor for Gekko

New Windsor, New York—February 20, 2009—Production Resource Group, LLC, (PRG) announced today that it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Gekko Technology, an industry leader in the design, development and manufacture of LED luminaires created specifically for the requirements of image capture and entertainment sectors.

The agreement will include Gekko's current product portfolio of film and TV white light products, as well as access to the newly developed kleer colorâ„¢ range of color products, including the kedoâ„¢ 12-100, which will debut at NAB 2009.

“We have been extremely impressed with PRG's approach to its relationships with manufacturing principals, the strength of infrastructure, the specialist knowledge of its staff and ability to understand the future market for LED-driven sources. Television, film and entertainment lighting integrators require the highest color quality, in a particular color space, and we look forward to continuing our growth with a respected distribution partner,” said David Amphlett, M.D. of Gekko Technology.

PRG's COO and President, Kevin Baxley, commented, “Gekko has quickly gained a strong reputation for designing quality fixtures and for continuing to develop innovative products with all of the advantages digital lighting allows. I am delighted that they have chosen PRG to partner with them in North America.”

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About Production Resource Group—Production Resource Group, LLC (PRG) is the world's leading supplier of entertainment technology solutions, including lighting, audio, video, scenery, and automation systems. PRG serves a wide range of markets, including theatre, concert tours, tradeshows, corporate and special events, television and film, and themed environments. PRG provides its services worldwide through more than 17 offices in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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