Lifeloc Technologies Wins 2012 Colorado Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting

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Lifeloc Technologies receives the 2012 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting at World Trade Day in Denver, Colorado.

Lifeloc Professional Breathalyzers

We take great pride in helping international companies and government agencies set up their breath alcohol testing programs.

The Colorado Office of Economic Trade and Development today announced that Lifeloc Technologies was one of four companies receiving the 2012 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting. The award is presented each year on World Trade Day in Denver for outstanding performance in international business. Lifeloc earned the award in the small business category for its success in developing and supporting customers in over 60 countries.

Lifeloc, headquartered in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and is a trusted American manufacturer of professional breath alcohol testing devices (breathalyzers) for use by domestic and international law enforcement and corrections agencies, healthcare organizations, and throughout the workplace.

In accepting the award, Yolanda Gonzales, International Business Development Manager for Lifeloc commented, “We take great pride in helping international customers, companies and government agencies set up their breath alcohol testing programs. Exporting has made us a stronger and a better company. Many of our best new product ideas have come from our international users.”

For more information about Lifeloc please visit us at http://www.lifeloc.com or call 303-431-9500.

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