Digital Projection Adds Service Administrator to Expanding Team

ATLANTA, GA - March 1, 2011 - Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, recently announced the appointment of Lynne Foley as service administrator.

ATLANTA, GA - March 1, 2011 - Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award -winning manufacturer of high -performance projection systems, recently announced the appointment of Lynne Foley as service administrator. In this newly created role, Foley will assist Kristina Odom, service coordinator, in the organization and execution of all technical service and support related activities at Digital Projection's North America headquarters. This position assures DPI's expanding base of integrators and end -users will experience a consistently proactive stream of updates and communication relating to service requests. Foley has already commenced working with DPI's dealer network.


Ms. Foley is the latest new addition in a recent round of infrastructure investment that includes numerous new hires, as well as the significant expansion of DPI's US headquarters in Georgia. As DPI's dealers are of the utmost importance to the company's successive years of steady growth, continued investment in expediting dealer and customer services was defined as a top priority for DPI in 2011. Foley brings over 11 years of corporate customer service experience to DPI's already extensive service team. As an assistant to Kristina Odom, service coordinator for DPI, Foley serves as an additional customer resource, linking DPI's service group with our growing customer base regarding service -related questions.

Kristina Odom commented, "Lynne is a valuable addition to Digital Projection. She cares deeply about our customers' best interests, and has excellent customer service and communication skills. We're thrilled to have found such a capable team member for the new position, and DP's dealers will soon experience the benefits of having her on board."

Lynne Foley can be reached at either lfoley@digitalprojection.com or by calling DPI's corporate number at 770 -420 -1350 between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm EST.

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