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Corporate Safe Specialists Launches International Sales Efforts
Date:9/5/2008

POSEN, Ill., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Corporate Safe Specialists (CSS) announces an addition to its Sales organization. The Company has hired Thomas P. Hartmann as Senior Director Global Safe Solutions.

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Ed McGunn, President and CEO of the Company, stated, "We know that Tom's experience will help the company achieve its strategic objectives on the international stage."

James Currey, Sales Manager of the Company, stated, "Tom is a seasoned international business executive with the knowledge and skills required to help CSS succeed in global security markets." The Company experienced record demand for its' networked safes last year.

Mr. Hartmann joins CSS with more than 25 years' experience in sales and marketing. Most recently, Mr. Hartmann was employed by Stanley Security Solutions -- Sargent & Greenleaf, where he served as Vice President of Global Banking and Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to joining Sargent & Greenleaf in 1988, Mr. Hartmann spent 6 years with Rollins, Inc. as National Account Manager -- Commercial Security. Mr. Hartmann attended Georgia State University's Executive MBA program and earned his BA in Business Management from Northern Illinois University. Mr. Hartmann will be responsible for global sales focusing on placement of Advanced Cash Control System (ACCS) solutions in the retail and restaurant industries internationally.

About CSS: Founded in 1988, CSS is an industry leader providing innovative security solutions to retailers and restaurants globally. CSS safes, smart safes (ACCS) and kiosks feature electronic or biometric locks and can be configured to provide closed-loop cash management
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