PAG

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PAGPenske Automotive Group (Michigan)
PAGPrograma de Alta Gerencia (Spanish: Advanced Management Program)
PAGPremier Automotive Group
PAGPorsche AG
PAGProduzione Agricola (Italian: farming oroduction)
PAGProcess Access Group
PAGPrescriptive Architecture Guide
PAGProperty Page
PAGPirate Action Group (shipping)
PAGPlanned Activity Group (Australia)
PAGPatent Application Grant (Hong Kong)
PAGPennsylvania German
PAGPolicy Advisory Group
PAGProgram Advisory Group
PAGPerformance Automotive Group (Chino Valley, AZ)
PAGParker Artists Guild (Parker, CO)
PAGProcess Authentication Group
PAGProgram Analysis Group (various organizations)
PAGProject Advisory Group
PAGPublic Affairs Guidance
PAGPremium Automotive Group
PAGPregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein
PAGPatent Advisory Group
PAGPeriaqueductal Grey Matter
PAGPresidential Airlift Group
PAGPhoto-Acid Generator
PAGProtein Advisory Group
PAGPacific Arctic Group (International Arctic Science Committee)
PAGPotential Acoustic Gain (sound-reinforcement systems)
PAGPremier Automotive Group Brands (automobile industry)
PAGPractical Application Guidelines
PAGProduct Assurance Group
PAGProtective Action Guideline
PAGPrescriptive Architectural Guidance (Microsoft)
PAGPesticide Assignment Guidelines (EPA)
PAGPublic Affairs Group, Inc. (Washington, DC)
PAGPattern Average Gain
PAGPower Aperture Gain
PAGProgram Administration Goup
PAGParts Advisory Group
PAGProcess Activity Graph
PAGPipe Association Global
PAGPeace, Aid and Government
PAGPolyalkyline Glycol
PAGPartitionable Attribute Grammar
PAGPersonen-Abwurf-Gerät (a German parachute personnel drop device)
PAGProgram Activity Group
PAGPast Area Governor
PAGProjet d'Action du Gouvernement (French: Government Action Project)
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The letters you received are standard and go out to every single person who gets a patent application granted. They don't bother to send them to giant companies because they know their letters will be thrown in the bin.
I suggest you produce an information pack outlining technical details of your product, together with the patent application granted and send this to companies in the lighting industry.
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