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Brightbox Partners With EMM Group to Provide Hospitality Industry With Next Generation Mobile Phone Charging Stations

Sleek Mobile Phone Charging Stations Make Their Way Into Some of New York City's Most Prominent Nightlife Hotspots

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/28/12 -- Brightbox, Inc., the premier provider of elegant and secure mobile device charging stations, today announced a partnership with EMM Group, one of New York's most successful restaurant and nightlife management companies, to provide prominent nightlife hotspots in New York City with secure mobile charging stations.

Brightbox charging stations are the next generation of mobile charging stations with unmatched security. In our hyper-connected and switched-on world, these elegant stations empower the mobile world to stay charged while on-the-go. Users simply swipe a credit card to open an available station chamber, plug in their mobile device, close the chamber and swipe the same card to retrieve their charged mobile device.

"We are thrilled to be partnered with EMM Group and their venues, to provide what is clearly becoming a necessity in today's hyper-connected world," said Billy Gridley, CEO of Brightbox. "We've made leaps and bounds in securing important new partnerships this year and have high hopes for more in 2013 and beyond."

Brightbox mobile charging stations will be featured in EMM Group's newly opened FINALE, a 6,000 square foot club at 199 Bowery in Nolita, NY. The Brightbox secure charging solution is already at SL, Tenjune and Chandelier Room at W Hoboken Hotel, CATCH and Abe & Arthurs.

"In a short period of time, Brightbox has become a welcomed and in-high-demand amenity for our guests. Brightbox is the perfect solution to enhance our customers' evening especially those in constant need of a quick recharge," said EMM Group co-founder Mark Birnbaum.

ABOUT BRIGHTBOX
Brightbox is the premier provider of elegant and secure mobile device charging stations. Founded in 2010, Brightbox delivers one of the most advanced and innovative charging solutions available and has deployed its stations in a variety of venues ranging from food and beverage, health and fitness and sports to hotels, conference venues and event spaces. Customers include Andaz Hotels by Hyatt, InternetWeek, FashionWeek, Live Nation, New York Health and Racquet Club, and Apella at Alexandria Center.

Learn more: http://www.brightboxcharge.com or visit us on Twitter @brightboxcharge

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