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AVI-SPL president resigns

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  • | 3:33 p.m. August 30, 2010
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Five years after being promoted to a leading position in her company and two years after leading a merger, Stephenie Scanlon is calling it a career as president of AVI-SPL, a Tampa-based audio-video communications services provider.

Scanlon joined the company, formerly known as Audio Visual Innovations, in 1986 as a sales representative, expanding her role beyond rental services to include systems sales, human resources, and sales and marketing management. She launched the company's e-commerce and national telesales division in 1998.

Since her promotion to president in 2005, Scanlon has managed the company's marketing and corporate communications, e-commerce and transactional business units, and key supplier relationships. She stayed in her position through AVI's 2008 acquisition of Signal Perfection Ltd. in Columbia, Md.

“It's been exciting and rewarding to see this company and industry really take off over the years, and I know there are only substantially greater things to come,” says Scanlon, who will remain with AVI-SPL as a consultant for special projects and initiatives.

“We would never have accomplished a fraction of what we have done without Stephenie's skills,” says Marty Schaffel, the company's executive chairman.


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