A Feature Presentation - Automation Devices Highlighted on PA's Cable Network

Erie, PA (PressExposure) August 22, 2009 -- Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeder and part system components manufacturer, will be featured on Pennsylvania Cable Network’s (PCN), “PCN Tours” television program. PCN Tours is a free program for Pennsylvania based businesses, museums and manufacturers that provides a walking tour of the highlighted establishment, led by one of their own knowledgeable representatives.

According to PCN’s website, “PCN is a nonprofit nonpartisan cable television network responsive to the interests and needs of Pennsylvania and its people. PCN is funded by Pennsylvania cable television companies which voluntarily carry the service on their channel lineup. The network receives no state or federal funds.”

Automation Devices’ President, Kevin Smith, says that he is thrilled to partner with PCN Tours. “PCN is a great resource for residents and entrepreneurs in Pennsylvania,” says Smith. “PCN provides manufactures the opportunity to expose their products to people that may have never known the company, or the product existed. “It’s an excellent opportunity for Automation Devices to share our vibratory feeders, Swan-Matic capping equipment and Fork Rhino products with PCN viewers.”

PCN Tours is an hour long program that is conducted in a simple show and tell format with minimal editing. ADI’s tour should be on PCN’s fall 2009 schedule. Visit ADI’s website or PCNtv.com for further details.

Automation Devices, Inc. is a vibratory feeder manufacturer in Fairview, PA specializing in vibratory feeders, centrifugal feeders, hoppers and vibratory controllers. ADI offers in stock products and custom designed systems. For more information, please visit http://www.autodev.com or call Automation Devices, Inc. at 814-474-5561.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 21, 2009 at 10:57 am
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