LoJack Canada And Sym-Tech Inc. Announce Agreement To Sell & Promote LoJack Products To Car Dealerships Throughout Ontario

LoJack Canada And Sym-Tech Inc. Announce Agreement To Sell & Promote LoJack 
Products To Car Dealerships Throughout Ontario 
MONTREAL, April 30, 2013 /CNW/ - LoJack Canada, a subsidiary of LoJack 
Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), today announced that it has reached an agreement 
with Sym-Tech Inc., a leading F&I partner to automotive dealerships across 
Canada.  Sym-Tech will sell and market the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery 
and Early Warning Systems to authorized car dealerships throughout the 
province of Ontario. 
(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20080512/NEM054LOGO )   By focusing 
on delivering value and performance, as opposed to simply product sales, 
Sym-Tech offers dealerships a value-based solution that includes a full suite 
of F&I products, industry-proven training and development, as well as F&I menu 
and reporting software, all of which drives F&I performance and dealer 
profitability.  Now, with the addition of the LoJack System to their suite of 
products, Sym-Tech will be able to offer multi-layered vehicle recovery 
options for Canadians.   "Sym-Tech has been playing a prominent role assisting 
dealers to offer a well-structured F&I sales process.  Our approach is for the 
dealer to gain customer trust by providing clear, easy to understand choices 
based on what is most suitable for their needs." said Brad Wells, Sym-Tech 
General Manager. "We believe that working with a trusted brand such as LoJack 
is a win-win for everyone.  Ontario dealers are looking for F&I solutions that 
deliver significant value and satisfaction for their customers. LoJack expands 
Sym-Tech's ability to offer multiple solutions to our dealer partners and lets 
them select the best products for their Business Office.  With the LoJack 
System, our consumers have the opportunity to purchase a proven and reliable 
theft recovery system for their vehicle." 
''This agreement with Sym-Tech represents a significant step forward for 
LoJack Canada, as it will increase and leverage each other's strengths and 
relationships, enabling us to offer significant opportunities for further 
growth," said Kevin Joy, General Manager of LoJack Canada.  "As the Canadian 
auto industry continues to recover and consumer demand for new vehicles rises, 
LoJack Canada sees significant opportunity working with well-established F&I 
Providers. Being able to reach more dealerships through a recognized provider 
that is already offering an attractive product suite to dealers is fast 
proving itself an essential part of LoJack Canada's sales strategy."  LoJack 
Canada will provide training for Sym-Tech representatives on the various 
LoJack System offerings and potential dealership presentations. 
About SYM-TECH INC. For over 40 years, Sym-Tech has been a partner to the 
retail automotive industry by acting as a performance driven company whose 
goal is to partner with automotive dealers to help improve Business Office 
performance.  Sym-Tech supports dealers by providing industry-leading training 
programs, performance measurement for ongoing improvement, and a full suite of 
F&I products. Over the decades, Sym-Tech has maintained long-standing 
relationships with dealers, affiliated partners and holds exclusivity 
agreements with industry-leading product suppliers. We are built on a 
foundation of dedicated people, high quality products and innovative programs. 
For more information, visit www.sym-tech.ca 
About LoJack Canada Founded in 1995, LoJack Canada has become a technological 
leader in tracking stolen property and offer a seamless solution to the 
ever-growing concern for the protection and recovery of stolen vehicles and 
other valuable assets in Canada. In 2004, LoJack Canada became a wholly owned 
subsidiary of LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ:LOJN), the company that invented the 
stolen vehicle recovery market more than 26 years ago and today remains a 
global leader in tracking and recovering valuable mobile assets. To date, more 
than 300,000 stolen vehicles have been recovered with the LoJack® System 
worldwide, valued at almost $4 billion. For more information, visit 
www.lojack.ca, www.autotheftblog.com, www.youtube/lojackcanada and 
Safe Harbor Regarding Forward Looking Statements From time to time, 
information provided by LoJack Corporation or its subsidiaries, including 
LoJack Canada, may contain "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of 
the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Such forward-looking 
statements are based on a number of assumptions and involve a number of risks 
and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially, 
including risks associated with LoJack Canada achieving the expected benefits 
of the agreement with Sym-Tech, LoJack Canada's relationships with partners, 
dealers and agents, conditions in the automotive retail market in Canada, 
competition, and the other risks described in LoJack Corporation's Annual 
Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2012 and other filings 
with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Readers should not place undue 
reliance on any forward-looking statements, which only speak as of the date 
made. Except as required by law, LoJack undertakes no obligation to update any 
forward-looking statements.  © 2013 LoJack Corporation. All rights reserved. 
LoJack and the LoJack logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of LoJack 
Corporation in the United States, Canada and other countries. 
|CONTACT:     |                                        |
|Georges Tawil|David Stoller                           |
|LoJack Canada|Director, Dealer Support - Sym-Tech Inc.|
|514-234-8641 |905-889-5390 Ext.2820                   |
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