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Wireless Ronin Announces Product Development Transition

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Wireless Ronin, a Minneapolis-based worldwide digital signage provider, has announced the resignation of Kate Bolseth, executive vice president of engineering and product development, effective Friday, December 12, 2008. Executive vice president Scott Koller has expanded his role in the organization to include product development.

“Scott has held a senior leadership position with the company since 2004 and has played a key role in positioning Wireless Ronin as a recognized leader in the digital signage industry,” said Steve Birke, interim chief executive officer. I am confident that we possess the team, technology and the focus to maximize the opportunities before us in the retail, quick serve restaurant and automotive industries.”

For more information on Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc. products/services, visit www.wirelessronin.com.

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