Nautel's Quincy Office Now Open


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Nautel personnel Jim Krueger, Chuck Kelly, Nelson Bohorquez, Kevin Rodgers, Mark Morrison and Steve Schmitt celebrate the Quincy grand opening.

Nautel personnel Jim Krueger, Chuck Kelly, Nelson Bohorquez, Kevin Rodgers, Mark Morrison and Steve Schmitt celebrate the Quincy grand opening.

Quincy, IL - Dec 4, 2008 - Nautel Limited officially opened the company's new customer support center in Quincy, IL. The office expands Nautel's customer service team with the addition of industry professionals boasting many years of broadcast transmitter experience.

Officials from Quincy's Great River Economic Development Foundation were on hand for the opening ceremony. Peter Conlon, Nautel president and CEO, said that the warm greeting Nautel has received, as well as the local media coverage has made Nautel feel like it is already an integral part of the community.

The office, located at 301 Oak Street, Suite 2-24; Quincy IL 62301; is currently staffed by Mark Morrison, Nelson Bohorquez and Jim Krueger in customer support positions, and Steve Schmitt in a sales engineering role.



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