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Hollywood Racks Announces Larger Partnership with HLC to Grow Canadian Market Share

Published August 8, 2019

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Los Angeles, CA (August 7, 2019) -- Hollywood Racks, a leading Los Angeles-based bicycle rack manufacturer, has announced the expansion of its partnership with HLC to distribute the full Hollywood Racks product line to the Canadian market. The larger partnership will result in a greater variety of product choices for Canadian retailers and thus Canadian consumers. Products will be available for pre-order beginning August 15, 2019.

"Hollywood Racks has been working with the HLC for more than 20 years and we are excited to continue this relationship and expand into Canada," said Andre Levy, Vice President of Hollywood Racks. "HLC is a leader of P&A distribution for IBDs in North America, and we welcome this partnership with our neighbors up north."

"We are very happy to introduce a long-time partner in the Canadian market," said Ed Wright, Vice President, Canada for HLC. "Hollywood Racks offers quality made products with some unique options in the market that Canadian cyclists will now be able to enjoy."

About Hollywood Racks
Based in Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Racks has been family owned and operated since 1973. The product catalog includes a wide range of trunk, hitch and spare tire mounted bike racks for all types of vehicles. Hollywood Racks also manufactures a variety of specialty racks for E-bikes, Cargo Bikes, Tricycles and Recumbents.
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About HLC
HLC is a leading distributor of bicycles, parts and accessories in North American. With headquarters in Levis, Quebec and Lexington, South Carolina, the company has the largest IBD reach on the continent – servicing more than 5,000 retailers with more than 60 sales representatives and 4 regional distribution centers.

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