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					ScentAir Announces New Chief Marketing Officer
Fast Growing Company Taps Gino Biondi to Join the Executive Team

March 18, 2010 09:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time  

CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--ScentAir Technologies, Inc., the leading global provider of
scent delivery solutions for businesses, has named Gino Biondi as the company’s Chief Marketing Officer.

“Gino has spent over two decades building some of the most recognizable brands, and we are honored to have him
join ScentAir’s executive team,” said Tom Conroy, CEO of ScentAir. “With the depth and breadth of his
experience, Gino will be integral to our growth strategy as we rapidly increase awareness of the ScentAir brand.” 

Biondi brings over 20 years of experience in marketing and executive management to ScentAir. As Chief Marketing
Officer, Biondi will lead ScentAir’s strategic planning activities and oversee all marketing, distribution and customer
service functions.

“I am impressed with the success that ScentAir has achieved and the strong reputation it has established in such a
short time,” said Biondi. “The company’s unique approach to scent marketing, through its broad range of technology
and aggressive marketing and communications programs, has positioned ScentAir as the clear leader in an emerging
industry.” 

Previously, Biondi served as Global Vice President Marketing for Rubbermaid Home Products Division, leading a
variety of product lines within a $900 million brand of Home Organization. Prior to his tenure at NewellRubbermaid,
Biondi served as Category Marketing Director of Consumer Paper Products with Georgia-Pacific Corporation
where he re-launched the Brawny paper towels brand and led the $1 billion Quilted Northern bath tissue brand. He
also served as Brand Manager at Bush’s Baked Beans, creating Bush's award-winning advertising and fast growth
to the number one brand leadership. Biondi earned his Master of Business Administration in Marketing and Finance
from Wake Forest University and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Maryland.

About ScentAir

ScentAir Technologies, Inc. (www.scentair.com) is the leading global provider of scent marketing solutions with over
25,000 installations in 104 countries producing over three billion scent impressions annually. ScentAir’s patented
delivery systems and high-quality fragrances help enhance environments, communicate brands and create memorable
experiences for clients around the world. ScentAir offers a full spectrum of scent delivery solutions from large-scale
dispersion systems to self-contained fixtures for distributing scent in commercial environments. ScentAir’s technical
deployments are also found in engineered systems for military training and aviation simulation. ScentAir is a privately
held company located in Charlotte, N.C.

Contacts
ScentAir
Murray Dameron, 704-504-2320
mdameron@scentair.com

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