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TTI, Inc. Receives KEMET Sales Growth Award

KEMET Sales Growth AwardFORT WORTH, TEXAS — December 14, 2007 — TTI, Inc., the world's leading passive and connector specialist in the electronics industry has been awarded the KEMET FY 2007 Sales Growth Award for North America.

Jim Bruorton, Vice President Channel Marketing, said, "TTI has established itself as a strategic channel partner for KEMET for North America and globally and their sales performance in FY 2007 was a key part of our overall success as a company. We thank them for their dedication and overall best in class performance in supporting the KEMET brand."

Jeff Ray, Vice President Supplier Marketing for TTI, commented, “The KEMET growth award is given to the distributor that has the largest percentage and revenue growth combined. Based on the criteria, TTI is extremely proud to be selected as the winner of the FY 2007 Sales Growth Award from KEMET." Ray commented further that TTI North America is honored to be among one of the first recipients acknowledged specifically for its outstanding sales growth and performance in a given year.

Most recently TTI was honored with the KEMET Distributor of the Year Award in North America, Europe and Asia.

About TTI, Inc.

Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, TTI, Inc. is the largest distributor specialist of passive, interconnect and electromechanical components. TTI is the distributor of choice for industrial and consumer electronic manufacturers worldwide. TTI's extensive product line includes: resistors, capacitors, connectors, potentiometers, trimmers, magnetic and circuit protection components, wire and cable, identification products, application tools and electromechanical devices. TTI is recognized as the industry's leader in service and quality and provides a broad array of supply chain services to its customer base. TTI employs 1,700 with more than 50 locations throughout North America, Europe and Asia. For more information about TTI visit www.ttiinc.com.

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