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Ionic Air Care engages MAG agency
Ionic Air Care has chosen to take this big step forward having seen, and benefitted from, MAG's sales and product promotion efforts over the past six months.

Georgia-based Ionic Air Care, a developer of dual-polar ionisation products, has signed up MAG Aviation Group as a sales agencies for North America.

Founder and CEO Eric Stuck says: “We are extremely pleased to sign MAG Aviation Group as our premier sales agency for our civil aviation product series, including our flagship product, the i7000A dual-polar ion generator. MAG's proven track record is what makes the difference, and we look forward to growing with it.”

Two MAG executives, Alex Almonte and Miguel Gallardo, are proven business aviation professionals whose reputations and ability to engage with aircraft owners and operators are well established. Ionic Air Care expects continued success in the future as it grows its reach across the Americas with the help of MAG Aviation Group.

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