RobotShop Operations Not Affected by Siege at Headquarters

Boisbriand, Canada (PressExposure) April 27, 2009 -- RobotShop, the World's Leading Source for Domestic and Professional Robot Technology, is under siege by robot lawn mowers. RobotShop employees are still being held hostage by robot lawn mowers within the RobotShop headquarters building. Fortunately, the police and the military managed to release many hostages held captive by the robot mowers.

“Robot mowers managed to seize control of RobotShop headquarters and restrain more or less 50 employees. RWNN was on site when the event started taking place. The police and military arrived swiftly and undertook an impressive operation,” mentioned Rob Kapek reporter for the Robot World News Network (RWNN).

Warehouse and customer service facilities are fully operational and available to receive inquiries from RobotShop customers. Shipments remain on schedule.

“We are fortunate that there were no injuries or damages during the events. We have had great support by local authorities and the military,” declared Sandra Fradet, RobotShop’s Second Managing officer.

Pressured by these events, RobotShop’s management settled to extend the late promotion on Lawnbott robot mowers until May 10th 2009.

“In this promotion, RobotShop customers are automatically entered to win a Spyder LB1200 Lawnbott when they purchase any model of Lawnbott robot mower. In the settlement with the robot mowers for the release of RobotShop hostages, we are held accountable for promoting robotics in our society,” shared Mario Tremblay President and CEO of RobotShop.

For the time being Lawnbott LB models, Robomow models, BigMow, ParcMow, BallPicker, SmartMow and other robot mowers maintain control of RobotShop’s headquarters.

For more information and to track these events visit the RWNN [] website.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 27, 2009 at 2:47 pm
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