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Zevotek Receives 5 Star Reviews (OTC:ZVTK)

By Nour Douchi on 11/17/2009 – 11:02 am CSTOne Comment

In a recent article titled Zevotek Poised to Explode Like Spongetech Delivery Systems?, I discussed the explosive growth potential for Zevotek, Inc. (OTC:ZVTK) and compared its potential growth to Spongetech (OTC:SPNG). It is notable that the stock has nearly doubled within two trading days since the article was published. However, the legitimate question that remains on the minds of many “does Zevotek, Inc. really have it in it to continue to grow as a stock?”

Consumers aren’t only becoming more environmentally aware, but they are also becoming more energy efficient and aware of the health of effects of their home products. For example, on Zevotek’s Ionic Bulb with Air Purifier, I found the reviews of a few customers to give the product five stars/five, all stating that it worked as advertised, stating the following pros of the product: 1. Bright, 2. Long Life, 3. Running Cool (no heat), 4. Deodorizing and Freshening the air, 5. Reducing Energy Cost. Not one single customer provided a negative comment or con about the product. This product can be used in general lightening, kitchen, small lamps, bathrooms, etc…

Being a revolutionary product, the Ionic Bulb is becoming more desirable by families and companies who are energy-cost aware. And Zevotek, Inc. knows that.

As the Ionic Bulb was being distributed in Russia in December of 2007, the first order was made to be distributed in the United States. Then, the Ionic Bulb was then available on a promotional basis a little six months later, in June of 2008, after the production of a short two-minute infomercial.

Fast forward to a little over a year in the future, in September 15, 2009, Zevotek, Inc. announced its first shipment of Ionic Bulb to MediaShop AG, a direct marketer to nearly 100 million people in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. According to the press release, MediaShop chose to market Zevotek’s Ionic Bulb to take advantage of demand in Europe for products that save energy and clean the air. “The 50% market share for compact fluorescent light bulbs in Germany is expected to grow now that European Union rules ban certain incandescent bulbs and will ban most incandescent bulbs by 2012. MediaShop produced a TV infomercial that features the Ionic Bulb and presents the Bulb’s excellent value and performance to TV and Internet audiences across Europe” stated the press release.

The Ionic Bulb is CE certified, signifying that the Ionic Bulb has met European Union (EU) consumer safety, health and environmental requirements. It is no wonder that a $1.1 million order for Japan and Korea just took place last month and now Zevotek, Inc. plans to market the Ionic Bulb through TV infomercials, catalogs, magazines and major U.S. retail and specialty stores and the Internet. According to the advertisement, the Ionic Bulb is designed for consumer use by combining the performance features of ionic air cleaning technology with those of a 10,000 hour reduced energy use compact fluorescent light bulb . According to ENERGY STAR(r), a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, a qualified CFL will save about $30 over its lifetime and pay for itself in about 6 months. It uses 75 percent less energy and lasts about 10 times longer than an incandescent bulb. ENERGY STAR(R) said earlier this year that using less energy helps reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Why did I make the comparison to SPNG? Because investors who bought that stock at $0.007 multiplied their investment’s worth by 35 times when it reached $0.25, that would be a 3,500% return. And all that happened because of similar strategic moves of marketing, infomercials, and the likes. I think we could be looking at the same kind of return with Zevotek, Inc. and perhaps breaking the $0.06 barrier in a matter of 12 weeks if the announced and stated goals and strategies of the companies continue to be implemented as we’ve seen over the past three months.

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