HAI Announces New Hires

HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated security and automation products since 1985, has announced the addition of several new employees.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:
Allison Read
HAI Director of Marketing
Phone: (800) 229 -7256, x 229
Fax: (504) 736 -9890
Email: allison.read@homeauto.com

New Orleans, LA - May 4, 2004

HAI Announces New Hires

HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated security and automation products since 1985, has announced the addition of several new employees.

Expanding the sales force, HAI has added four new territory sales managers; Robert Pickral as South East Territory Sales Manager, Patrick Gilligan as New England Territory Sales Manager, Jeff Brinn as Atlantic South Territory Sales Manager, and Don Decock as Pacific Northwest Territory Sales Manager, replacing Brett Griffin who will now be the Atlantic North Territory Sales Manager.

Additionally HAI has hired Theresa Brescher as Sales/Lead Coordinator, Stephen LeRouge as Training/Trade Show Coordinator, Lori Sheffield as Sales Order Entry Processor, Harold Lester and Kris Sepulveda as Technical Support Representatives, and Ezban Robertson, Jr., as an Embedded Systems Engineer. Wayne Nguyen has been promoted to Senior Technician.

HAI is a privately held corporation with all products sold through its worldwide network of Distribution Partners and installed by over 1000 trained dealers. For more information, please visit www.homeauto.com or call (800) 229 -7256.

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