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CC1, Inc. Appoints Alex M. Hoppe As New Sales Engineer for Midwest Region

Press release from the issuing company

CC1, Inc., the premier provider of digital Automatic Register Control, Web Video, Register Motorization, and Pre-Registration solutions for the web printing market, has appointed Alex M. Hoppe to the position of Sales Engineer for its Midwest region. Hoppe joined CC1, Inc. in November 2005 and will be concentrating on CC1’s customers in the newsprint industry. Hoppe will be responsible for contacting and qualifying prospects for CC1 products and demonstrating and selling CC1’s array of digital register controls and video systems, He will be traveling to customer sites throughout the Midwest as well as expanding the company’s base on the West Coast and western Canada. Strong technical expertise in newspaper industry Hoppe comes to CC1, Inc. with a long and successful career in sales and marketing within the printing industry with systems and electronic sales as a specialty. He brings with him very strong technical sales expertise, as well as experience training and developing sales staff and creative sales and marketing. He has spent many years in top positions with both AM International and Autologic Inc. in the newspaper sales division. “I am thrilled to be joining CC1, Inc., where I can use my technical knowledge as well as my web press sales to help them expand their customer base in the Midwest and West,” says Hoppe. “I believe that this combination will allow me to be both a teacher and a partner with our customers and allow me to help them solve their problems with CC1’s state-of-the-art products.” Proven track record “We are excited to have Alex Hoppe join our team and increase the exposure of CC1’s color register controls in this very important geographic region,” says Robin Mills, Vice President of Operations of CC1, Inc. “His extensive background in the newsprint arena is particularly fitting given CC1’s popular product line, the eXaminer Automatic Registration Control, spefically targeted toward this arena. ”