LSI Industries Grants Stock Option to Senior VP

LSI Industries Inc. (NASDAQ: LYTS) has announced an inducement grant under NASDAQ listing rules to Michael Romano, Senior Vice President of Procurement and Logistics, effective April 15, 2024. Mr. Romano has been granted an inducement stock option to purchase up to 10,000 shares of the company's common stock with a ten-year term at an exercise price of $14.17 per share, based on the closing price on April 15, 2024. These options will vest in full on the third anniversary date of the grant.

LSI Industries Inc. specializes in advanced lighting, graphics, and display solutions, and its American-made products, including lighting, print graphics, digital graphics, refrigerated, and custom displays, are designed to enhance brands in competitive markets. The company has nearly 1,600 employees and operates 11 facilities throughout North America.

Specifically, the grant to Mr. Romano reflects the company's efforts to attract and retain top talent as they continue to grow and expand their operations. This move demonstrates the company's commitment to aligning the interests of its executives with those of its shareholders, ultimately aiming to drive long-term value creation.

As LSI Industries Inc. continues to make strategic inducement grants, it underscores the company's focus on enhancing its leadership team and positioning itself for future success in the competitive commercial lighting and display solutions market. Following these announcements, the company's shares moved 0.2%, and are now trading at a price of $14.2. Check out the company's full 8-K submission here.

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