IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hop-on, Inc. (Pink Sheets: HPNN) announced today that Samuel Demissie will be President of the company. Demissie will be in charge of business development and oversee the manufacturing of electronic cigarettes, especially white label/OEM branding services for U.S. and International distributors and maintain compliance for other electronics the company develops.
Having worked for such leading semiconductor companies as NEC and Philips Semiconductors, Demissie brings over 20 years of wireless experience with CDMA and GSM Technologies. Samuel holds both a Masters and a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Cincinnati, ranked as one of America's top 25 public research universities.
Demissie said, "We will be developing new standards to enhance the quality of electronic cigarettes and heighten the consumer experience. Strengthening our distribution channels is my top priority. Having been a smoker for 25 years, I plan on using our product to quit the habit."
About Hop-on, Inc.
Hop-on, Inc. (www.hop-on.com) is a leading international manufacturer of electronics. Since the company's inception, it has been known for developing the world's first $10 disposable cell phone. Today, Hop-on remains one of the few U.S. based manufacturers of cellular technology. The Company currently develops and manufactures electronic cigarettes and cigars for distributors throughout the U.S. and internationally. Hop-on also offers multi-media services and has secured licensing agreements from essential patent holders for GSM, CDMA and WIFI technologies.
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