Ray J’s Tech Company Signs Massive $31M Deal

by Krystal Franklin

November 10, 2017

Photo by  Archuleta/FilmMagic

You can’t just call him Brandy‘s brother anymore. Ray J has officially become a fixture in the world of technology. The 36-year-old’s company Raycon, signed a $31 million deal, with Cowboy Wholesale, a leading distributor of consumer electronics based in New York City.

According to Business Wire, “the entrepreneurial CEO of his own electronics brand in 2015, Ray J is best known for popularizing the Scoot-E-Bike, a foldable, two-wheeled electric vehicle. Raycon addresses the everyday needs of the urban technophile, focusing on impactful electric transportation.”

New product on tha way!! @raytroniks

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Cowboy Wholesale serves as the exclusive distributor of Raycon products, and as part of the partnership, will market everything through its global logistics and distribution channels, including the United States, Asia, and Europe.

Custom #MCM @scootebike's by @raytroniks sold exclusively at @neimanmarcus

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Kudos to Ray J on his incredible new business venture! Smart move.

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