NEWS SOURCE: Dutch Communications

DENVER, Colo. – June 1 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Dutch Communications, Inc. today announced the addition of Kedrick W. Robinson as the company’s Vice President of Business Development effective June 1, 2005.

Kedrick W. Robinson, 55, joins Dutch Communications as the Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Robinson will oversee all Client, Sales, Marketing and Channel responsibilities nationally. The Company has announced this oversight position on the heels of opening its new Denver office, further ensuring high levels of Client satisfaction continue.

Mr. Robinson joins Dutch Communications from Coast to Coast Resorts where he headed services and put in place the Industry’s highest levels of Client satisfaction. Bringing over 26 years of leadership and general business experience, Mr Robinson will leverage 22 of his 26 years directly to Dutch Communications’ needs in this role.

“Kedrick brings the pedigree, experience, proven results and leadership we need to support the demands of our growing and prosperous company. We are pleased we were able to secure such a vaunted industry leader,” said Chris Poelma, the Company’s CEO and Founder.

Headquartered in Denver Colorado, Dutch Communications, Inc. designs, installs, supports and warranties advanced technologies for the very finest of homes world wide. To obtain more information on Dutch Communications visit or call (303) 713-0700.

News issued by: Dutch Communications

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Original Story ID: (422) :: 2005-06-0601-001

Original Keywords: Dutch Communications, Fake Grape, Kedrick W. Robinson, Chris Poelma, homes, real estate, Denver news, Colorado newswire, Dutch Communications

NEWS SOURCE: Dutch Communications | Published: 2005-06-01 11:23:00

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