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New York Stock Exchange OKs T3 Motion for listing

The electric-vehicle maker is now being traded and appears on the ticker as TTTM.

By Brandon RussellPublished: May 16, 2011 02:02 PM

Costa Mesa-based T3 Motion is now being traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The company, which makes electric vehicles that are used by many law-enforcement agencies, will appear on the ticker as TTTM.

"Since our incorporation in 2007, we have worked tirelessly to fulfill our mission of making the world a cleaner and safer place with our expanding line of electric vehicles," said Ki Nam, founder and CEO of T3 Motion. "As a result, our clean-technology vehicles can be found in all six major continents and with hundreds of companies and agencies worldwide. By becoming a NYSE Amex listed company, we believe our shares will experience higher liquidity and raise our profile both in the investment community as well as the world market as a whole."

Since introducing its T3 Series Electric Stand-Up Vehicle in 2006, T3 Motion has revolutionized the world of personal mobility. More than 700 agencies worldwide utilize the series, including law-enforcement, school campuses, malls, military installations and hospitals.

"We welcome T3 Motion Inc. to the NYSE Euronext family of listed companies and to NYSE Amex," said Scott Cutler, executive vice president of NYSE Euronext. "T3 Motion and its shareholders will benefit from superior market quality and technology, a broad array of issuer and investor services, and a global brand association. We look forward to building a strong and lasting partnership with the company and its shareholders."

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