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Donlen Completes Headquarters Expansion

March 21, 2006

NORTHBROOK, IL – Donlen Corp. has completed its headquarters expansion project, adding nearly 8,000 square feet to the existing building, including a 2,500-square-foot employee training facility, fitness center, and new office space.“With this building expansion, Donlen has made a significant investment in the future of the company and its employees,” according to Gary Rappeport, Donlen president and CEO. “We consider the expansion a long-term commitment to our employees and our customers that we are a company with forward-thinking goals.”The first floor of the addition comprises dual training rooms equipped with full technological capabilities for hands-on training, and will play a key role in employee and organizational development. The second-floor addition includes 2,500 square-feet of new office space to accommodate the continued growth of Donlen’s employee base.The 2,750-square-foot basement addition houses a fitness center featuring LifeFitness equipment, including treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, stair climbers, resistance strength-training machines, and free weights. Each cardio machine is outfitted with personal LCD television consoles, and the fitness area includes newly renovated men and women’s locker rooms.
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