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RISMEDIA, March 2, 2007-Phillip A. Kosanovich, SCRP, GMS has joined Promisor Relocation Services, the corporate division of Moving Station LLC, as senior vice president.

Highly regarded and known throughout the global mobility industry for his creation and leadership of high performing customer-centric companies, Kosanovich has guided and led the growth of several leading international relocation service corporations. Most recently Kosanovich served as Executive Manager, Corporate Development and Global Strategy for Landauer, Inc., publicly traded global leader in analytical services related to occupational and environmental radiation exposure.

"We're delighted to have an executive with Phil's international experience joining the Promisor team. With his leadership we will be able to further spread the message of Promisor's transparent pricing pledge and unique service offering. Phil and the Promisor business are a great fit, as the integrity and vision of the two combine to bring quality service and great value to the relocation industry" said company Co-Founder Ellie Monty.

Kosanovich is a frequent moderator, panelist, and speaker at workforce mobility industry meetings and was a member of the Executive Committee of the 2005 Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC)® Board of Directors, where he held the position of Secretary-Treasurer. He also is a Trustee for the Foundation for Workforce Mobility, where he holds responsibility for the Foundation Scholarship Fund as Vice-Chairman, serves on the WERC Succession Management Committee, and on the 2006 WERC Global Advisory Council. He has chaired WERC's Industry Practices Committee, and is the recipient of WERC's Leadership Award. Kosanovich has shared his expertise on various WERC® task forces and committees including the Relocation Appraisal Committee, Industry Practices Committee, Management Conference Committee, Solutions of Distinction Awards Committee, and Industry Advisory Council.

He holds a B.S.B.A from Valparaiso University and an MBA from DePaul University. He also is a former faculty member of Aurora University, where he taught business courses in organizational design and behavior, management theory, and marketing strategy.

For more information, contact Gary Rawlings at (312) 377-3804.