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Bison Adds Two New Members to their Board of Directors 04/20/2016

In a move to strengthen their independent board as they continue to further diversify their product and service capabilities, Bison is pleased to announce that Jack De Leon and Richard Drexler have accepted positions on Bison’s Board of Directors. Both gentlemen have extensive leadership experience in the industry and will help guide the organization as Bison expands into new markets.

Mr. De Leon is a leader in manufacturing and engineering with 32 years of experience in aerospace & defense, automotive, food & beverage and industrial equipment markets. He has held executive level positions at Lord Corporation, Rockwell Automation and Texas instruments where he specialized in business strategy and development.

Mr. Drexler draws from 46+ years of experience working as a leader in manufacturing. During that time, he has served as President and CEO of Allied Products Corporation and Chairman of the Board for Quality Products Corporation. He also currently serves on the board for Prince Industries and GTI.

“We are pleased to welcome Jack and Richard to our Board,” said Ron Bullock, Bison Chairman & CEO.  “We expect their combined experience will provide tremendous insight and guidance going forward.” 

About Bison

Bison Gear and Engineering began in 1960 by designing problem-solving gearboxes and gear motors for their customers. Today, the company has grown into an industry leader for the design and manufacture of fractional and integral horsepower motors, gearmotors and reducers; providing customers complete power transmission and motion control system solutions in a wide range of markets.  Guided by their Robusticity® design philosophy and backed by world class engineering and customer support teams following a lean manufacturing culture, Bison continues to exceed customer expectations.  For more information on Bison or their products, please visit www.bisongear.com.

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