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ATS COO Sid Fuchs Named to Economic Growth Board by VA Gov. Bob McDonnell

ATS Corporation (NYSE Amex: ATSC) Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Sidney E. Fuchs has been named to the Global Strategies Council of the Southern Growth Policies Board by Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell.

According to the firm, “Southern Growth’s Global Strategies Council (GSC) serves as the South’s advocate for all aspects of state-level international economic development for 13 member states. The GSC guides Southern Growth’s research and initiatives on issues ranging from trade, investment, immigration, transportation and education to relationship building between the states and overseas markets. The GSC’s mission is to help the South’s citizens, businesses, and communities become globally engaged and competitive.”

“I am privileged to be commissioned by Gov. McDonnell to serve as one of the representatives from the Commonwealth of Virginia on the Global Strategies Council, ” Fuchs said.  “I look forward to the opportunity to contribute to the development of global trade and commerce that expands economic prospects for citizens throughout the region.”

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