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Apollo Video CEO Wins Entrepreneur Award

Posted on July 5, 2017
Rodell Notbohm of Apollo Video Technology was named EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 in the media, entertainment, and communication category in the Pacific Northwest.
Rodell Notbohm of Apollo Video Technology was named EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 in the media, entertainment, and communication category in the Pacific Northwest.

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Rodell Notbohm, CEO of surveillance system supplier Apollo Video Technology, recently won EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 award in the media, entertainment, and communication category in the Pacific Northwest.

The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs in areas such as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Notbohm was selected by an independent panel of judges, and the award was presented at a gala at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue Hotel on June 9.

“I’m truly honored to receive this award as it recognizes the efforts of my entire team on behalf of transit agencies and transportation providers,” Notbohm said. “Our commitment to developing technology that supports safe and secure transportation, and providing excellent customer service, has been my goal and that of my colleagues since starting Apollo Video in 2004.”

As a Pacific Northwest award winner, Notbohm is now eligible for consideration for the Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 national program. National award winners will be announced in November.

For more information about EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year program, go here.

Related Topics: school bus security, video surveillance

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