Continuing our expansion into the US market, we're delighted to announce a strategic partnership with Bizzarro and Brindisi Electrical Sales, a powerhouse electrical agency deeply rooted in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan territory. Bizzarro and Brindisi will represent Electric Avenue in New York State's Hudson Valley region, New York City, Long Island, and Northern New Jersey.
This exciting collaboration marks a significant milestone in Electric Avenue's mission to promote sustainable transportation solutions and make electric vehicle charging more accessible to consumers and businesses throughout the region. With Bizzarro and Brindisi's extensive expertise and established network, Electric Avenue is well-positioned to expand its market presence and provide top-quality EV charging solutions to an even broader audience.
Under the terms of this partnership, Bizzarro and Brindisi will act as authorized representatives of Electric Avenue, showcasing the company's full line of cutting-edge electric vehicle supply equipment and chargers. This includes Electric Avenue's innovative charging solutions tailored for both residential and commercial applications, designed to meet the growing demand for convenient and reliable EV charging infrastructure.
Electric Avenue's General Manager, Kelsey Bond, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, "We are excited to join forces with Bizzarro and Brindisi, a trusted name in the electrical industry. This partnership will strengthen our ability to serve customers throughout New York and New Jersey. Together, we will contribute to the growth of sustainable transportation and accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in these key markets."
This partnership signifies a commitment to advancing sustainable mobility solutions and further solidifies Electric Avenue's position as an electric vehicle charging industry leader. The company is on a growth path after expanding to the U.S. earlier this year, signing New England agency Yanow, and Joseph E. Biben Sales for Eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and Southern New Jersey.