Rand McNally Launches New Accessory Line for GPS Units

New line showcased at Great American Trucking Show

Aug 25, 2010, 09:00 ET from Rand McNally

DALLAS, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Rand McNally unveiled a line of accessories designed to enhance and protect GPS devices, such as the company's IntelliRoute® TND™ 500. The line of accessories was created to work with most GPS devices as well as other small electronics.

Rand McNally's new accessory line includes:

GPS Soft Case – Designed for devices with screens up to 5", this neoprene case has a secure pocket design making it easy to take the GPS in and out.

GPS Hard Case – Created for devices with screens up to 5", this product features a rigid shell for durability and an internal organizer for memory cards.

3-in-1 Charger – Made to be used with GPS devices and other small electronics, this two-amp charger can be used in a car, in a wall outlet or with a USB.

GPS Starter Kit – This kit includes the soft case for GPS devices with screens up to 5"; the 3-in-1 charger; as well as screen protector, and a cleaning cloth.

"This new line was designed to provide quality accessories for larger GPS units at a compelling price," said Dave Muscatel, CEO of Rand McNally. "We've designed accessories that will enable our consumers to protect and recharge their units conveniently and cost-effectively."

Priced from $9.99, the line will be available in September at Pilot Travel Centers, Travel Centers of America, and other truck stop stores nationwide, as well at the online store at www.RandMcNally.com.

About Rand McNallyRand McNally is the most trusted source for maps, directions, and travel content. Rand McNally's products and services include: Interactive travel service, Tripology; America's #1 Road Atlas; IntelliRoute® truck routing software and GPS devices; and the leading geography-based educational resources for the classroom. Consumers, businesses, truckers, and educators depend upon Rand McNally to help navigate today's world. www.RandMcNally.com

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