FFI CEO Receives Woman of Influence Award

Feb 08, 2010, 06:00 ET from Fortune Industries, Inc.

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Fortune Industries, Inc. (NYSE Amex: FFI) announced that Tena Mayberry, President and CEO, has been named a "Woman of Influence" by the Nashville Business Journal.

Each year, the Nashville Business Journal honors area business women as "Women of Influence" for their leadership and contributions to the community.  Mayberry was one of six corporate executives who received the award on February 4th, at a presentation attended by more than 400 business and community leaders in Nashville, Tennessee.

Mayberry has served as President of FFI since April 2009 and was appointed CEO in January 2010.  In 2007, she became President of Century II Staffing, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of FFI located in Brentwood, Tennessee, after serving four years as Chief Operating Officer, two years as Senior Vice President and four years as Vice President.  Prior to joining Century II, Mayberry served in management positions with Contract Sales Managers, Kroger Co. and Norrell Temporary Services.  Ms. Mayberry holds a B.S. in marketing and business management from Tennessee Technological University.  

About Fortune Industries, Inc.

Fortune Industries, Inc. is a professional employer organization (PEO) to small and medium-sized businesses in 47 states, providing human resource management & consulting, training & compliance, risk management, and benefits administration.

Fortune Industries, Inc. is based in Indianapolis, Indiana and is publicly traded on the NYSE Amex exchange under the symbol FFI.  Additional information about Fortune Industries, Inc. can be found at www.ffi.net.

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