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Lehi – BodyGuardz has acquired CruxCase LLC, a creator of iPad keyboard cases. BodyGuardz plans to debut new products under the CruxCase brand at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
CruxCase founder Brian Probst. Probst will serve as director of product development. “I'm extremely excited to be joining forces with a company that is so well positioned,” said Probst. “Together, we'll make gorgeously-designed, premium products that other companies can’t compete with.”
CruxCase owns nine patents for iPad-specific keyboard cases. “We are proud to be expanding our company,” said Kirk Feller, President and CEO of BodyGuardz. “With Brian Probst joining us, we are not only adding a passionate entrepreneur to our team, but also setting our standards even higher to meet consumer needs.”