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Kent Swig Joins ATHC Advisory Board

Accelerated Technologies Holding Corp has added Kent Swig to its advisory board. A managing member of Vendmost LLC, Swig has been instrumental in furthering the exclusive distribution agreement between Vendmost and Accelerated Technologies to pilot thermal temperature scanning technologies.

The publicly traded ATHC said Swig’s extensive career in property management and development and his management role in Helmsley Spear, Brown Harris Stevens and Swig Equities will enable ATHC and Vendmost to reach a broader spectrum of potential clients for numerous ATHC offerings and Vendmost health and wellness technologies.

“I see this as an opportunity to provide much-needed technologies, offerings and equipment during these unique times in a variety of sectors which include property management, travel and leisure to small and medium-sized businesses, and their clients and customers,” said Swig.

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