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Minding My Business With Access Event Solutions' Danny Heinsohn

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 28 / 15

Name : Danny Heinsohn Position : Access Event Solutions Business Development Specialist Age : 38 Where I’m from : Reno Where I call home : Reno Focusing on right now : Integrating NFC/RFID technology into event badges. ...

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