SANTA ANA, Calif., March 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SaviCorp® (Pinksheets: SVMI.PK)
SaviCorp, maker of the DynoValve®, has announced that Lauren Fix 'The Car Coach®' is joining the company as product spokesperson and media relations spokesperson effective immediately. Lauren Fix is an ASE Certified Technician, SAE Engineer and has been seen on television interviewed as an expert on automotive care and industry topics.
"Lauren Fix will be a great asset to help market the value of using the DynoValve and we are honored to have her as part of our team," said Serge Monros, CEO of SaviCorp, maker of the DynoValve. "I have followed her work for several years now and have always wanted her to help us promote the DynoValve. We're excited to have her on board."
Lauren Fix has been seen as an automotive expert on national programs including CNN, MSNBC, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel, The View and many local television stations all across the country.
"I am very excited to be joining the DynoValve team and am looking forward to working on highlighting this product, especially with gas prices expected to remain high. After reviewing the system and how the DynoValve works, the product is really needed for big corporations looking to save on gas costs for their fleets and for the day to day consumer to save gas on their individual vehicles," said Ms. Fix.
Lauren Fix has worked for brands including Midas, USAA, Auto Service Plus, Royal Purple, Michelin, AutoTrader.com and a long list of clients in the automobile and after-market category promoting each in commercials, personal appearances and other marketing related campaigns.
"I've worked with Lauren for almost seven years and she was at the top of my list to help market the DynoValve," said Rick Thomas, Chief Marketing Officer for SaviCorp, maker of the DynoValve. "Her energy and enthusiasm for the DynoValve and her experience in the automobile industry makes her a perfect partner for our future marketing efforts for the DynoValve," he continued.
The Car Coach
SaviCorp (savicorp.com) is an innovative automotive technology company that licenses, manufactures, distributes and services an array of patented technologies and products that reduce harmful emissions and improve fuel efficiency. The Company, an evolution of more than twenty years of automotive engine emissions testing, materials research and development, was formed to create, support and license our patented supplementary vehicle Emissions Reduction Technologies (ERT) to reduce emissions and improve efficiency. Using proprietary methods and processes, the Company's flagship DynoValve system protects the environment, lessens an engine's carbon offsets, increases gas mileage, and improves engine performance resulting in dramatic savings in both fuel and oil.
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