24 April 2002 –TROY, MI — SAFLOK, a leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic locks, access management systems and in-room safes, recently announced the promotion two key sales managers. Fred Juran and Rich Casciato have been promoted to Senior Regional Sales Manager of the northeast and southeast regions, respectively.

Juran and Casciato will continue to work directly with customers in their respective regions. Their roles have been strengthened to allow intensified focus on priority customers vital to SAFLOK’s continued growth in each region. The promotions are part of SAFLOK’s effort to continuously improve customer service.

Juran is based in East Haven, Conn., and represents SAFLOK in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington D.C., as well as parts of Canada. He can be reached via telephone at 203-239-2313 or via e-mail at fred.juran@saflok.com.

Casciato’s office is located in Ocala, Fla. He represents SAFLOK in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee, as well as in the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. He can be reached via telephone at 352-854-3066 or via e-mail at rich.casciato@saflok.com.

SAFLOK, developer of magnetic stripe technology for stand-alone electronic locks, revolutionized the security industry with such innovations as Windows®-based systems, automatic dead bolt (ADB), wireless check-in, smart cards and memory cards for use in hotel, commercial and multi-housing applications. Today, SAFLOK is also creating networked access control systems that tie into energy management systems. SAFLOK is a division of Taylor, Michigan-based Masco Corporation, MAS, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of faucets, cabinets, architectural coatings, builder’s hardware and other home improvement and building products.

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