SOURCE: Intelligent Living Corp.
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwire - Jul 10, 2012) - Intelligent Living Corp. ("ILVC") (OTCBB: ILVC), a leading supplier of green building solutions and innovative home automation and control technology systems, today announced the retention of Ten Associates, LLC to provide investment banking services, including capital raising and project financing, and to secure specific analyst coverage that opens the doors to potential investors and shareholders.
Michael Holloran, President and CEO, commented, "We are very pleased to be working with Ten Associates, LLC and its President, Tom Nelson. They have assisted many rapidly emerging public companies in providing the necessary banking services and strategic positioning to accelerate their growth. Retention of Ten Associates, LLC is a milestone step that will allow us to capitalize on the corporate development program we have been executing over the past 12 months."
Intelligent Living Corp., a leading provider of green building solutions, specializes in multi-strata property renovation and development, home and commercial automation systems and development and supply of small footprint, energy efficient housing for First Nations communities and emergency relief. Founded in 1994, ILVC is a member of the Canadian Green Building Council.
About Ten Associates, LLC
Formed in 2005 by its President, Tom Nelson, Ten Associates LLC has offices in Newport Beach, CA and Phoenix, AZ. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Tom Nelson and his team of professionals at Ten Associates have assisted many small cap public companies to substantially increase their capital investment and achieve project financing objectives and market positions. Prior to founding Ten Associates, Nelson held various brokerage positions at such firms as Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and American Express Financial Advisors.
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