USMarineLights.com has new owner

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Warrior Girl Corp. acquired USMarineLights.com in an all-stock transaction, the company announced.

USMarineLights.com is an online retailer of marine lighting products, including underwater, interior and exterior LED and HID lights for boats and yachts, marine cameras and electronic equipment.

“Acquiring US Marine Lights is a great investment, as it's positioned solidly as a leader in its niche while successfully operating in a non-saturated, growing market with consistent sustainable growth,” Warrior Girl CEO Julian Sula said in a statement.

“There are many niche properties on the Internet that have solid potential. Our ongoing strategy is twofold: (1) acquire existing online businesses that we think can do well, yet obtained at attractive prices and (2) invest and develop startup online businesses which, in our view, have excellent growth potential. By assembling a diverse portfolio of such boutique companies we are confident we can create lasting shareholder value,” he added.

Warrior Girl is a holding company for a series of diversified online projects that span business-to-consumer operations, financial services, online hosting, Web services and social media.

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