CHICAGO – September 17, 2019 – Cedar Electronics, home of leading automotive and consumer electronics brands Cobra, ESCORT and Snooper, announced that John Kuhn has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer. Kuhn previously served as the company’s Vice President of Engineering.

A 22-year veteran of Cedar Electronics, Kuhn will lead engineering and information technology teams in research and development efforts globally. Prior to Cedar, Kuhn led R&D teams in the consumer and government electronics industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati.

“Innovation is at the heart of our industry as new technologies pave the way for us to help make safer roads a reality,” said Gail Babitt, CEO, Cedar Electronics. “John’s ability to drive current solutions while staying on the cutting edge of technology will continue to make our brands and solutions the best in class.”

“I am looking forward to taking on a continued leadership role with Cedar,” said Kuhn. “The talent across the organization and the commitment to excellence on the product and engineering teams allow us to build the top-of-the-line experience we offer customers. It is a very exciting time as the company continues to capitalize on new technology platforms for the benefit of the user.”

For more information about Cedar Electronics, visit www.cedarelectronics.com.

About Cedar Electronics Cedar Electronics Corporation, a leading global supplier of connected automotive and consumer electronics products, possesses a portfolio of industry leading brands, including Cobra Electronics, ESCORT and Snooper. With locations in North America, Europe and Asia, Cedar is the largest designer & marketer of radar detection systems at every price point in every sales channel and the industry leader in Citizens Band radios. Cedar continues to aggressively grow its portfolio with an ever-expanding family of products that include dash cams, power inverters, portable jump starters, driver alert and information applications and more.

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