Dielectric Enhances FM Sales Team

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Raymond, ME - Feb 3, 2009 - Dielectric Communications has made some changes to its FM sales management team. John George has rejoined Dielectric as regional sales manager for the southeastern U.S. In addition, Matt Leland will assume responsibility for West Coast sales, New England and Canada. Together, George and Leland will facilitate sales of the company's FM antennas and accessories, assist customers in determining their system requirements, and provide long-term customer service throughout the U.S. and Canada.

George has more than 35 years of experience in the radio broadcasting industry. Starting from the ground up as a disc jockey and then progressing through programming, sales, engineering and station ownership, he offers a unique, well-rounded perspective on radio broadcasting. He worked for Harris for six years as district sales manager for the company's radio RF and studio equipment. George served within Dielectric as regional sales manager for the southwestern U.S. for three years before joining LBA Technology as the company's vice president of sales in 2007. He now rejoins Dielectric to promote the company's FM activities within his region of expertise.

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