Advanced Photonix, Inc.
(NYSE Amex: API) will participate in 13
Annual B. Riley & Co. Investor Conference in California next month. The conference is May 21-23, 2012 at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Santa Monica, California. API's Chairman and CEO, Rick Kurtz, is scheduled to present on Tuesday, May 22 at 8:30 a.m.
This prestigious two-day, invitation-only annual event, brings together a targeted audience of leading institutional investors, financial services professionals and other qualified investors. The conference will feature presentations by nearly 200 companies in a broad range of sectors, including: technology, consumer, retail, and financials. One-on-one meetings with company management teams will be available for all client investors. For more information on the conference, the most current list of presenting companies, or registration information, visit
. Registered conference attendees may request a one-on-one meeting through the B. Riley website.
Rob Risser, COO, and Jeff Anderson, CFO, will also participate in one-on-one meetings throughout the event. The presentation will be accessible on the Company's web site,
, after the conference.
About Advanced Photonix, Inc.
Advanced Photonix, Inc.
(NYSE Amex: API) is a leading supplier with a broad offering of optoelectronic products to a global customer base. We provide optoelectronic solutions, high-speed optical receivers and terahertz instrumentation for telecom, homeland security, military, medical and industrial markets. With our patented technology and state-of-the-art manufacturing we offer industry leading performance, exceptional quality, and high value added products to our OEM customer base. For more information visit us on the web at
The information contained herein includes forward looking statements that are based on assumptions that management believes to be reasonable but are subject to inherent uncertainties and risks including, but not limited to, unforeseen technological obstacles which may prevent or slow the development and/or manufacture of new products; potential problems with the integration of the acquired company and its technology and possible inability to achieve expected synergies; obstacles to successfully combining product offerings and lack of customer acceptance of such offerings; limited (or slower than anticipated) customer acceptance of new products which have been and are being developed by the Company; and a decline in the general demand for optoelectronic products. API-G