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PPC’s Eric Bodley Inducted Into CEDIA Fellows Program

EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Sept. 8, 2009 — PPC, the global leader in connector technology, today announced that Eric Bodley, the company’s vice president and general manager of consumer electronics, has been inducted into the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) Fellows program. Bodley is among the first ten individuals to receive CEDIA Fellows recognition, which is awarded to longtime CEDIA volunteers and members who have contributed to the association’s success.

“It is truly an honor to be among the first few industry professionals recognized as CEDIA Fellows, and I extend my congratulations to my fellow inductees,” said Bodley. “For 20 years, CEDIA has been a champion for quality and innovation in our industry, promoting a higher standard in custom installations. I take great pride in my service to the association and what we have accomplished.”

Bodley currently directs PPC’s new venture, Perfect Path™, for the retail and custom installation A/V market. The Perfect Path brand encompasses a full range of interconnect devices, cables, connectors, and tools designed to increase profits, decrease operational costs, and transform the A/V market. The company will hold a press conference to announce Perfect Path during CEDIA EXPO 2009 on Friday, Sept. 11, at 12:00 p.m. in booth 6325.

Bodley is a past president of CEDIA, having served on the CEDIA Board for more than ten years. During his 35 years in the consumer electronics industry, he has worked with leading retail and custom installation companies on sales, management, and operational issues.

The first 10 CEDIA Fellows will receive special recognition at the Electronic Lifestyles® Awards Banquet and 20th Anniversary Celebration Saturday, Sept. 12 during CEDIA EXPO 2009.

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About PPC
With more patents in connector technology than any other company worldwide, PPC has pioneered many of the advancements available in the industry today and is a proven leader in the design and manufacture of connector technology for the telecommunications, satellite, and wireless industries around the globe. PPC’s innovations include the Universal Compression Connector, which is widely used by all major cable TV and satellite companies, the wireless compression connector for the wireless industry, and the only locking HDMI connector. Headquartered in East Syracuse, N.Y., PPC also has locations in Denmark, St. Kitts, and China. More information is available at www.ppc-online.com.

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