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George Named VP of Domestic Sales at LBA
Greenville, NC - May 23, 2007 - John George has been named the vice president of domestic sales at LBA Technology, and as such will be responsible for all sales in the United States. LBA Technology’s clients include major U.S. radio broadcasting groups, the Department of Homeland Security, the United States Army and Marine Corps, the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense and other NATO nations.
George has worked in radio broadcasting for more than 35 years, first as a disk jockey moving later into programming, sales, engineering and station ownership. For more than 25 years he has provided technical services to many South Carolina radio stations. For the past three years, he served as the regional sales manager-radio for Dielectric Communications in the Southeast. Previously he worked for Harris for six years as a district sales manager for radio RF and studio equipment.
He is co-chairman of the South Carolina Broadcasters Association Engineering Committee and serves as chairman of the South Carolina Emergency Communications Committee that oversees the Emergency Alert System. George spearheaded the development of the SCBA’s Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program and serves as a technical consultant for the SC AMBER Alert Program. He is an associate member of AFCCE and a member of IEEE and the SBE.
LBA Technology is a part of the LBA Group based in Greenville, NC.
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