BURNABY, BC, May 8, 2013 /CNW/ - GLENTEL Inc. (TSX: GLN) announces that its existing board of directors was re-elected at its annual general meeting held in Vancouver on May 8, 2013. Votes were as follows:
Dirk C.A. De Vuyst (15,800,665 votes for, 2,151,008 votes withheld); Gaylord U. Hazelwood (15,783,025 votes for, 2,168,648 votes withheld); Jacques Laurent (15,246,290 votes for, 2,705,383 votes withheld); A. Allan Skidmore (17,946,437 votes for, 5,236 votes withheld); Thomas E. Skidmore (14,159,680 votes for, 3,791,993 votes withheld); Ronald E. Sowerby (16,836,697 votes for, 1,114,976 votes withheld).
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2013 and based in Burnaby, BC, Canada, GLENTEL (TSX: GLN), is the largest independent multi-carrier mobile phone retailer in Canada and Australia. In the United States, GLENTEL operates two of the six National Premium Retailers for Verizon Wireless. GLENTEL is a leading provider of innovative and reliable wireless communications services and solutions, offering a choice of network carrier and wireless or mobile products to consumers and commercial customers.
GLENTEL's brands - GLENTEL Wireless, WIRELESSWAVE, WAVE SANS FIL, Tbooth wireless, la cabine T sans fil, WIRELESS etc.., SANS FIL etc., Mac Station, iStation, Diamond Wireless, Wireless Zone® and ALLPHONES - span four countries and three continents. The Company employs over 3,800 employees and operates more than 1,180 locations, including more than 360 locations in Canada located in retail malls, Costco Wholesale stores, Target stores, and business centres; more than 620 retail locations in the United States; and 195 retail locations in Australia and the Philippines. Target Canada has licensed GLENTEL to open and operate in 2013 more than 120 mobile communications sales and service kiosks within its stores, under the brand Target® Mobile, of which 46 are now open.
Statements in this release relating to matters that are not historical fact are forward-looking statements based on current expectations, forecasts and assumptions that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual outcomes and results to differ materially. Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited to, general economic conditions, changes in technology, reliance on third-party manufacturing, managing rapid growth, limited intellectual property protection, and other risks and uncertainties described in GLENTEL's public filings with securities regulatory authorities.
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