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Premier Geospatial, Inc. Welcomes Ron Schonegg, Sr. Strategic Account Manager

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Friday, April 5th 2013
| Arvada, Colorado

Arvada, Colo. – April 5, 2013 – Premier Geospatial, Inc., one of the nation's leading geospatial firms, announces the hiring of Ronald Schonegg as Senior Strategic Account Manager. Mr. Schonegg brings over 25 years of experience in the mapping industry to complement and expand Premier Geospatial's current business development. Mr. Schonegg’s expertise includes imagery acquisition, LiDAR acquisition, orthoimagery, remote sensing, GIS, surveying, and value-added processing services.

Mr. Schonegg joins Premier Geospatial after 6 years with Continental Mapping Consultants. There he served as Account Manager and Program Manager for several federal and state A&E contracts, providing consulting and business administration services. Previously Mr. Schonegg worked as Office Manager, Production Manager, and Project Manager. Mr. Mark Chase, V. P. Sales, says, “We are excited about Mr. Schonegg joining our expanding team and services. His background and valuable experience continues the growth and expertise of Premier Geospatial and will be a valuable asset to our team and clients.”

Mr. Schonegg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from Indiana State University and is active in the geospatial community.

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About Premier Geospatial, Inc.

Founded in 2000, Premier Geospatial, Inc. (PremierGeo) is an IHS company. PremierGeo is headquartered in Arvada, Colorado in a 20,000 square-foot facility with an additional facility located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. PremierGeo has supported city, county and federal mapping requirements since its beginning, and was one of the earliest adopters of digital production capabilities.

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