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IDGJ retains Third Order from Major Sports Apparel Division
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May '08
IDGLOBAL is pleased to announce the largest re-order to date from their Major Sport Entity's Apparel/Merchandising division. This third order is again, to provide its Nano-Molecular Markers for the purpose of eliminating counterfeiting threats and provide 100% and unequivocal brand authentication for its licensed sports apparel products on a global basis.

This Major Sports Entity has a global market for its apparel, garments and specialty merchandise and has a particular need for IDGLOBAL's Nano-Molecular anti-counterfeiting solutions. IDGLOBAL's Nano-Molecular Tagging technology takes the laboratory into the field for an immediate 100% verification of the product in a matter of seconds on-site, in the field and in real time.

Phil Viggiani, VP of Sales and Marketing for IDGLOBAL commented, “This continues to show that once a client initializes a program with us, they accelerate their coverage of the branded product. This continues to be very exciting for IDGLOBAL.

Once we demonstrate how thorough and 100% effective our Nano-Molecular solutions are, clients “globalize” the program to protect and verify their products. The Apparel / Fashion industry is a vertical that requires immediate solutions to their global counterfeiting concerns and we continue to provide the low cost, 100% solution they are looking for”.

By utilizing IDGLOBAL's Nano Markers, the Major Sports Entity can provide its goods to the global market place with unparalleled confidence of authenticity and have the ability to identify areas and specific retailers where counterfeiting infections are occurring in real time.

Products that do not have IDGLOBAL's Nano Markers are quickly identified through its handheld scanning technologies that provide a 100% verifiable answer as to a products authenticity in seconds.

IDGLOBAL Corp

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