October Edition: Partner Information Newsletter


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A Message From Justin Lease, Business Development Manager

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To all of the amazing Partners/Resellers here at Azuga I have not already worked directly with; my name is Justin Lease, I am the Business Development Manager for our Reseller Sales Team. For what feels like two weeks but has actually been two years I have been assisting our partners all across the board ranging from helping close business, strategizing on outreach strategies, to any sales related mission or project that is aimed to help you sell.

For any of your sales needs, product information, or quite literally any assistance you need that you believe will help you sell more, I am here for it all. For those of you I have not worked with yet, we are here to win together so I look forward to meeting & working together as we grow.
Please feel free to reach out to me at justinl@azuga.com

Marketing Announcement

National Pedestrian Safety Month!
National Pedestrian Safety Month is here, and Azuga is committed to raising awareness to keep pedestrians safe year-round!

Did you know that the number of pedestrians struck and killed by vehicles in 2022 was the highest since 1981?
Pedestrian safety is a shared responsibility involving both drivers and pedestrians. Drivers must be vigilant and follow traffic rules while behind the wheel. Pedestrians must ensure they use designated crosswalks whenever possible, obey traffic signals, and make themselves visible to drivers by wearing reflective clothing.

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Here are a few safety tips for drivers:

1. Always keep an eye out for pedestrians.

2. Use extra caution when driving in hard-to-see conditions, such as nighttime or bad weather.

3. Reduce your speed and be prepared to stop when turning or entering a crosswalk.

4. Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and stop back from the crosswalk to give other vehicles an opportunity to see the crossing pedestrians too.

National Pedestrian Safety Month serves as a reminder for everyone to prioritize pedestrian safety and work towards reducing pedestrian injuries and fatalities and together we can create safer streets and protect the lives of pedestrians.

Articles of Interest:

The NHTSA’s Commitment to Reducing Pedestrian Crashes

A recent article by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced the commitment to reducing pedestrian crashes by implementing a mandate for Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) technology in vehicles. AEB is a safety feature that uses sensors to detect potential collisions and automatically applies the brakes to prevent or mitigate the impact.

According to the NHTSA, pedestrian fatalities have been on the rise in recent years, accounting for a significant portion of overall traffic-related deaths. By requiring AEB in all new vehicles, including fleet vehicles, the agency hopes to reduce the number of pedestrian crashes and save lives. The mandate is part of the NHTSA's larger effort to improve vehicle safety and prevent accidents and AEB has already proven to be effective in reducing rear-end collisions, and by expanding its use to include pedestrian detection, it is expected to have a significant impact on preventing accidents involving pedestrians.

Read more about future plans with AEBs here!
you sell more, I am here for it all. For those of you I have not worked with yet, we are here to win together so I look forward to meeting & working together as we grow.


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Finally getting back in front of prospects again! Events have proven to be a successful endeavor in building our brand and establishing rapport with current and potential customers.

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