COSTA MESA, Calif., May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- www.t3motion.com - T3 Motion, Inc. (NYSE AMEX: TTTM) a producer of clean/green technology, announced that the Korean Broadcasting Station (KBS), the largest news broadcasting station in Korea, will produce and air a documentary about T3 Motion and its founder, Ki Nam. The one-hour program will air during KBS' Global Success show, which draws over three million viewers each week and inspires people as it follows the lives of Koreans who succeed abroad. The documentary will also air internationally on KBS World.
Ki Nam came to the United States at a young age to achieve the "American dream". In 1981, Nam left home in Pennsylvania and moved to California with only $1,500.
Before T3 Motion, Nam successfully founded six companies in the GPS and wireless connectivity markets. While Nam served Powerwave Technologies as the product development and sales leader, the company's main revenue came from Korea's wireless infrastructure provider, growing the company's market cap to over $4 billion on Nasdaq.
In 1999, Nam entered the electric vehicle market and developed unique electric vehicle systems, eventually leading to the patented T3 Motion battery and charger system design.
"We are pleased that Ki Nam will be recognized for being a highly respected business leader and innovator," Rod Keller, T3 Motion Chief Executive Officer stated. "T3 Motion's success in the electric vehicle market is due, in large part, to Ki's incredible dedication to its products and growth. Furthermore, this publicity will significantly set in motion our company's global branding initiative--particularly in Korea."
The documentary will air on KBS at 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 5th –Korea's National Children's Day. The program will discuss Nam's founding of T3 Motion and will feature various T3 Motion product lines, including the R3 and T3 vehicles.
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