CEA Adds to Board

Three new seats are added by Consumer Electronics Association.
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Arlington, Va., October 30, 2007 Three members of the Board of Industry Leaders (BIL) are assuming seats mid-term and will be serving the association through 2008 and 2009, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced. CEAs Board of Industry Leaders helps shape CEA strategic goals to assist the industry and members and also is responsible for electing the Executive Board. The maximum term a BIL member may serve is three years.

Greg Bosler, executive vice president, North America Profit Center, TTE Corp., previously was elected to a two-year term and has been re-elected to serve a full-term through December 31, 2008.Two newly elected BIL members will be serving through December 31, 2009.Matt Carey, CTO, eBay Marketplaces, assumes the seat formerly held by Bill Cobb, president, eBay North America, and Bill Crutchfield, president and founder, Crutchfield Corp. fills an open seat.

CEA is fortunate to have leaders of this caliber serving our association and the greater industry, said CEA president and CEO Gary Shapiro. Quite simply, the Board of Industry Leaders represents the best of the best.

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