Lion-Poulain Adds International Press Responsibilities to Audemat-Aztec Duties

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Miami, FL - Jun 19, 2007 - Sophie Lion-Poulain will add worldwide press relations for Audemat-Aztec to her existing responsibilities for the company's US operations. She has been responsible for press relations for the Americas for the past four years. She will now be in charge of press releases, public relations and all media exposure for the entire company worldwide.

Laetitia Galand will remain the company's communication manager and oversee the website, tradeshow coordination, advertising and non-press relations for the corporate office. Galand is also in charge of quality control for the corporate office.

Lion-Poulain has a law and business degree acquired in Bordeaux, France. She received the Cambridge Advanced Certificate from Cambridge University and a Spanish degree from the Chamber of Commerce of Madrid. From 1997 to 1999 she studied at the College of Marin in San Francisco where she acquired an associate degree in art. From 2001 to 2002, she handled press relations for Audemat-Aztec in Bordeaux. From 2002 to 2003 she became communications manager for Ecreso in Bordeaux, the transmitter manufacturer purchased in 2005 by Audemat-Aztec SA. In 2003 she moved to the US and became communications manager for the subsidiary Company Audemat-Aztec Inc. in Miami.

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