TUCSON, Ariz., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AudioEye®, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) ("AudioEye"), creator of the Audio Internet® patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, today announced that Robbie Dromerhauser has joined the Company as a Senior Managing Director. Mr. Dromerhauser will be responsible for adding sales revenues, managing business development and media relationships for the Company.
"We are very pleased to have Robbie on board, stated Nathan Bradley, Chief Executive Officer of AudioEye, Inc. Robbie brings many close relationships with former and current professional sports athletes and media sponsored corporate clients. Mr. Dromerhauser brings to the company seasoned relationships and the valued insights of a former professional baseball player."
Robbie Dromerhauser commented, "Right from the very moment I learned about AudioEye, I was impressed with the technology and what their team has developed. This is a truly fantastic way for persons with disabilities to utilize the Internet more efficiently and it provides a wider skill set for people with various forms of handicaps to gain employment."
Robert Dromerhauser is the founder of Pitch For a Cure, ("PFAC"), and was inspired to help youngsters afflicted with Type I diabetes after his son Connor was diagnosed. More information is available at www.pitchforacure.org. Mr. Dromerhauser is also the Executive Producer of the just released movie Henry & Me, an animation about how a young boy battling illness is taken on a magical adventure by a stranger named Henry. On their journey, the boy meets New York Yankee legends, both past and present, who give him lessons about baseball and life. Mr. Dromerhauser operated baseball and sports camps from 1991, and in 2000 established American Sports Academy LLC. Mr. Dromerhauser was appointed a Director of Treasury International Inc. in 2002 when it acquired American Sports Academy, LLC, and was a Director of American Sports History Inc. from 1999 until 2003, and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer from 2002 until 2003. Mr. Dromerhauser oversaw the general operations with responsibility for management along with securing advertisers, creating relationships with professional and amateur sports associations (active and retired), and assisting in the securing of access to licensed media for incorporation in American Sports History Inc.'s content portfolio. Mr. Dromerhauser was a professional baseball player in the Baltimore Orioles system between 1985 and 1986 and was the bullpen catcher for the New York Mets from 1987 through 1991. Mr. Dromerhauser caught seven Cy Young Award Pitchers during his career. In June 2013, he was honored as "Father of the Year" by the American Diabetes Association.
About AudioEye, Inc.
Incorporated in 2005, AudioEye focuses on working to improve the mobility, usability and accessibility of all Internet-based content through the development, sale, licensing and use of its proprietary accessibility technologies. Audio Internet® is a technology that utilizes patented architecture to deliver a fully accessible audio equivalent of a visual or mobile website in a compliant format that can be navigated, utilized, interacted with and transacted from, without the use of a monitor or mouse, by individuals with visual impairments. For individuals with hearing impairments, Audio Internet® provides captioning for websites, and the challenges of reaching those with other impairments are also addressed by the technology platform.
Complete with an ever-growing suite of utilities tailored to the needs of different disabled users, the AudioEye® Audio Internet® Accessibility Platform is a fully scalable cloud-based solution designed and developed to meet the needs and compliance mandates for an ever-growing demographic.
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