Draper Screen Receives 2005 Excite! Award

Draper, Inc., has received a 2005 Excite! Award from Custom Retailer Magazine. The publication recognized Draper's Premier motorized projection screen in the October/November 2005 issue.

Draper, Inc., has received a 2005 Excite! Award from Custom Retailer Magazine. The publication recognized Draper's Premier motorized projection screen in the October/November 2005 issue.

According to the magazine, "Custom Retailer's Excite! Awards recognize products for their outstanding design, engineering, innovation and market presence."
The Premier was recognized for its smooth, silent operation; a tab -tensioning system that "holds surfaces taut and wrinkle free"; and the install -ability of the screen, which comes in a variety of sizes, formats and viewing surfaces.
Excite! Award recipients were selected by custom retailers, installers, integrators and members of the Custom Retailer Magazine staff.
For more information on the Premier or other Draper products, visit www.draperinc.com.

About Draper, Inc.
Draper, Inc., is a Spiceland, Ind. -based manufacturer of projection screens, window shades and gymnasium equipment. In addition to its Spiceland facilities, Draper has manufacturing or sales operations in Malta, Ohio; Fullerton, Calif.; Blackwood, Gwent, United Kingdom; Nacka, Sweden; Halmstad, Sweden; Tianjin, China and Hong Kong. Draper products are shipped to dealers in more than 100 countries.

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