NanoSignal Corp. Announces Gary Walters as the New President and CEO.
Scott Ervin, the predecessor to Walters, will continue as a director of the company. Ervin, in response to the election of Walters, stated: "It is indeed a long time coming for Gary to become president and CEO of the company; he has always been the greatest supporter of the company and our technology. He is extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of the public company arena. In fact, Mr. Walters has over 30 years experience with the public sector companies having worked hand and hand with such household names as Ted Turner and John DeLorean."
"I am committed to making NanoSignal reach its full potential with its Slices(TM) technology. I am going to dedicate my energies in the marketing and sales of our existing Slices(TM) technology to retrofit the estimated 1,000 General Electric(TM) Tesla 1.5 MRIs in the marketplace, as well as focus our attention to completing Slices(TM) 'Diacom' compatibility to the Hitachi(TM) open-end MRI systems," said Walters. "Moreover, I intend to steward the company by expanding its interests into ventures involving the manufacturing of nano-metals and development of nano-technologies."
Sir Dr. Ruppert Perrin, chairman of the board of directors of NanoSignal Corp., stated, "Gary has always been the financial 'angel' behind NanoSignal. Now he will be the 'angel' that will guide the company to the forefront."
"NanoSignal is my one true love. I will do everything in my power and devote all my energies to growing the company to maximize shareholder value," said Walters.
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