Ecology Coatings, Inc., a leader in the discovery, development, and manufacture of nanotechnology-enabled, ultra-violet curable coating materials, today announced that it has retained McCloud Communications to design and execute a comprehensive investor awareness program for expanding its shareholder base and increasing public awareness of the company.
McCloud Communications will initiate a program, which includes investor conferences, institutional targeting, equity research coverage and an improved communications strategy to enhance the visibility of Ecology Coatings within the financial community. This program includes extensive use of McCloud's process for creating, developing and managing institutional exposure for under-followed, small- and micro-cap companies.
"We have been following Ecology Coatings' successes over the past 12 months and believe the company is poised to pursue commercialization of its products, particularly within the automotive industry," commented McCloud Managing Member Marty Tullio. "Ecology Coatings has an innovative line of patented clean-tech coatings, which exhibit superior performance for a broad range of applications, including bare metals, paper, plastics, glass, electronics and medical devices. We believe that Ecology Coatings' proprietary UV (ultra violet) cured coatings, with their ability to speed up the manufacturing process and reduce energy costs, will provide significant upside for the company, its customers and ultimately, its shareholders."
"This is an opportune time to launch an aggressive investor awareness program," said Ecology Coatings CEO Richard Stromback. "Strategic initiatives have been established to give Ecology Coatings the opportunity to take advantage of the need for lighter weight vehicles, mold-resistant construction materials and the ability to coat a variety of materials quickly and cost effectively with environmentally friendly products. "These advantages, which are becoming increasingly important to a significant number of manufacturers needing to reduce product weight and decrease material waste and energy costs, will provide us the springboard for a strong 2008," added Stromback.