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SymQuest celebrates opening of new location

RUTLAND-The ribbon is cut at The SymQuest Group's new location, 190 South Main St. Suite One in Rutland. The new location gives the Rutland office the ability to expand its staff, and houses conference rooms, a technical workshop, sales offices and MFP and Large Format demonstration areas. The SymQuest Group, Inc. maximizes the potential of technology in the business place, and offers networking and document management solutions.

Joining the celebration was: (Front) Tom Donahue, Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce executive vice president/CEO; Jay Morel, Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce board member, manager Diamond Run Mall; Gary Donahue, Rutland City Board of Alderman; Mayor Chris Louras, City of Rutland;  Larry Sudbay, president, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Ken Godzik, regional sales manager, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Larry Walsh, 101.5 The Fox. (Back) Mike McHugh, director of operations, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Glenn Novak, Catamount Radio; Bill Littler, service tech, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Diane Hill-Watts, account executive, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Jodie Branon, executive assistant, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Justin Sheehy, account executive, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Brennan Duffy, executive director, Rutland Redevelopment Authority; Bill Crossmon, account executive, SymQuest Group, Inc.; Mark Rickner, account executive, SymQuest Group, Inc.

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