Comatec is Chosen to Supply Store Fixtures for Two New Retail Stores in World War II Museum

Weston, Canada (PressExposure) July 29, 2009 -- A local Toronto company, Comatec Inc. (www.comatec.com) has been selected to supply retail fixtures to the WW II Museum in New Orleans. Work is to commence immediately and will be complete by Fall 2009.

The National World War II Museum opened its doors on the 56th anniversary of the Normandy invasion that liberated Europe. It is located in New Orleans, Louisiana because it was here that Andrew Higgins built the landing craft used in the amphibious invasions; the landing craft which President Eisenhower believed won the war for the Allies.

Comatec Inc. has been a Canadian icon for over 21 years and does business throughout the USA and worldwide. Comatec Inc. is the exclusive owner of the patented Eurotecâ„¢ retail system and manufacture retail interiors, shopfitting, retail furniture, metal fixtures, shelves, vendor carts, displays, and wall panels for an exciting and enhanced selling environment.

We spoke with the VP of Marketing Ella Conen and she stated; “the deal with the World War II Museum is very exciting because it gives us the opportunity to showcase some of our newest most inovative designs in a historic environment.” Comatec Inc. is aggressively looking across the globe for more business in the second half of 2009 and beyond.

Contact: Ella Conen Comatec Inc 690 Garyray Drive Weston Ontario Canada M9L 1R3 1-888-266-2832 info@comatec.com http://www.comatec.com

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The National World War II Museum opened its doors on the 56th anniversary of the Normandy invasion that liberated Europe.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 29, 2009 at 6:19 am
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