Management & Operations

DRI celebrates 25th anniversary

Posted on January 8, 2008

DRI Corp. will celebrate its 25th anniversary (“Silver Jubilee”) of serving the public transit industry’s communication and security needs.  


The company, which was legally incorporated on March 2, 1983, will celebrate its Silver Jubilee with various customer and employee events throughout fiscal year 2008.  


“Reflecting on our first 25 years in business, DRI’s board of directors and management are deeply grateful to our customers for allowing us to build their trust to carry out critical projects,” said David L. Turney, DRI’s president and CEO.  


The company also announced that it is expecting to have a record-setting year for revenue in 2008.

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