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LINE-X(R) to Showcase Award-Winning Protective Coatings at 2014 Fire Department Instructor's Conference

LINE-X Products Approved to Meet Slip-Resistant Requirements for Fire Apparatus

HUNTSVILLE, AL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/01/14 -- LINE-X Protective Coatings, the nation's leading developer and provider of high performance protective coatings, will be attending the 2014 Fire Department Instructor's Conference (FDIC). LINE-X will be showcasing a variety of slip- and chemical-resistant products designed specifically for use in the extreme environments of firefighters, rescue personnel and industrial safety professionals. The FDIC is the world's largest firefighter conference and will be held at the Indiana Convention Center Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., on April 7-12, 2014. LINE-X will be located in booth #4457.

"LINE-X is excited to return to the Fire Department's Instructor's Conference for our second year. As LINE-X strives to be constant and innovative leaders in the protective coatings industry, we have developed chemistry specifically designed and tested to meet the slip-resistance requirements used in manufacturing fire trucks," said Kevin Heronimus, CEO of LINE-X Protective Coatings. "With firefighters putting their lives on the line everyday we are proud to offer a range of products that are durable, long lasting and essential to the safety of first responders."

This year's 86th annual FDIC will attract firefighters and rescue personnel from around the globe to train, network and learn from the industry's most elite instructors at the world's most comprehensive training-based conference on firefighting. LINE-X products on display at the FDIC are notably slip-resistant, chemical-resistant and extremely durable to defend against impacts and abrasions. LINE-X coatings can be sprayed at odd angles, vertically and even overhead without running or dripping, great for applications in almost any vehicle or environment. LINE-X products are a fast-cure, multipurpose series of coatings designed for a wide range of retail, commercial and industrial uses, as well as specialty products that are ideal for fire-resistance or blast mitigation.

LINE-X applications are scientifically formulated in a lab and tested in real world conditions to offer the best protective coatings solutions. With a variety of protective coatings applications available, LINE-X products can be found on truck beds, high-traffic machinery and equipment, residential flooring, commercial food storage units, playgrounds, bridges and even the United States Pentagon.

For more information about LINE-X products, applications and dealer locations, visit LINE-X online at www.LINEX.com.

About LINE-X Protective Coatings
LINE-X Protective Coatings (www.LINE-X.com) is the nation's leading developer and provider of high performance protective coatings offering scientifically formulated polymers that permanently bond to a wide range of surfaces for unmatched durability. LINE-X has also expanded to include a custom truck division with Truck Gear by LINE-X (www.TruckGear.com) offering private labeled accessories from LINE-X and sold exclusively through LINE-X franchises. LINE-X products are utilized in automotive, commercial, light industrial, heavy industrial, agricultural, military, marine and custom applications. Headquartered in Huntsville, Ala., with more than 500 locations in 48 countries, it is the goal of LINE-X to consistently produce the highest quality and most reliable materials available. Follow LINE-X on Twitter @LineXprotects, become a fan on Facebook of LINE-X Protective Coatings and check out what LINE-X is doing on YouTube at: www.youtube.com/LINEXProtects.

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