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Dodson Named Premier President

Anaheim, Calif.
– Premier Mounts has named industry veteran Lee Dodson as president.

Dodson, a 25-year
veteran of the pro A/V industry, joins the company from Extron Electronics
where he was marketing VP.

Effective Sept. 1,
Dodson will work in tandem with Premier Mounts’ founder and CEO Len Dozier.

Actively involved
in the pro A/V industry, Dodson twice served as the elected chairman of the
InfoComm International Manufacturers Council and board of governors and once on
the InfoComm executive committee.

As president of
Premier, Dodson will spearhead the company’s reaffirmed emphasis on serving the
pro A/V channel and targeted retail organizations, according to the company.

“Through his roles
at Extron and Sony as well as the InfoComm International Manufacturers Council
and InfoComm executive committee, Lee has helped shape the pro A/V industry,”
said Len Dozier, CEO and founder of Premier Mounts. “He brings a strong passion
for serving his customers in the pro A/V channel and undoubtedly will move
Premier Mounts forward with his leadership, enthusiasm and efficiency for
pioneering new products in the marketplace. With his presence leading the
company, I’ll be able to focus my attention on what I love the most – shaping
the overall product vision and creating solutions that address customer’s most
challenging mounting requirements.”

 “Premier Mounts has earned a reputation for
high-quality products and exceeding customer expectations,” said Dodson. “Len
has built a company that stands out in so many ways. We’re intent on building
from this exceptional foundation and taking Premier Mounts to become the
company of choice for quality mounting solutions.”

Prior to Extron,
Dodson spent 12 years at Sony Electronics holding a variety of technology
marketing roles, including national product/marketing manager for projectors
and monitors, and market development manager for Sony Broadcast.