Distributive Networks Named Great Place To Work By Washingtonian Magazine

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 /-USNewswire/ -- Mobile content and platform provider Distributive Networks today announced it has been named a "Great Place To Work" for 2007 in the current issue of Washingtonian Magazine. It marks the first time the company, which was founded in 2004, has received this distinction.

    Published bi-annually since 1999, the "Great Places To Work" award honors select companies in the Metro DC area from a pool of hundreds of submissions. According to the magazine, Distributive Networks was chosen for its "interesting work, good pay and benefits, collegial staff, employee development, and flexibility." Distributive Networks is featured as one of only five companies in the article's "Who Pays Very Well" section, and highlighted in the "Where to Find a Balance" and "Work Hard, Play Hard" sections.

    Among the benefits Distributive Networks provides are:

    -- 100% employer coverage of medical, dental and vision care insurance

     premiums for employees, spouses, domestic partners and dependents

    -- 100% match of 401(k) contributions for all employees

    -- Quarterly profit-sharing program for all employees

    -- 100% coverage of cell phone purchases and monthly expenses, as well

     as portable broadband expenses for home Internet access

    -- 100% coverage of luxury health club membership (provided employees use

     membership five or more times per month)

    -- 100% coverage of employee purchases from nearby Starbucks

    -- 20 standard paid holidays per year, plus 10 additional days of paid

     time off for each employee

    -- Standard office hours of 10:00am to 6:00pm, with flexible work

     schedules available to all employees

    -- Opportunity to apply for paid sabbatical of up to three months every

     three years

    -- Regular company-sponsored outings to D.C. United, Washington Nationals

     and Washington Redskins games, as well as movie premieres, Kennedy

     Center performances, at least one Justin Timberlake concert, and the

     company's annual Wiffleball tournament

    -- Access to vintage Atari "Star Wars" arcade game, two xbox 360 systems

     (projected onto 90" screen), and virtually every board game in print

     today.

    "Fostering a workplace environment that allows employees to flourish while also having fun was an incredibly important factor in the creation of this company," said Kevin Bertram, CEO of Distributive Networks. "We are honored that Washingtonian Magazine has recognized the effort we place in developing and rewarding Distributive Networks' incredibly talented staff."

    To view Washingtonian Magazine's profile of Distributive Networks in the "Great Places To Work" issue, please go to: http://www.washingtonian.com.

    About Distributive Networks

    Distributive Networks leverages its proprietary mobile content management and delivery system -- and its extensive catalogue of more than 50 titles of original mobile text content -- to enable comprehensive, customized mobile messaging solutions for its clients. Distributive Networks' robust software platform allows organizations to launch and integrate a full range of mobile interactivity, including alerts, coupons, content downloads, real-time polling, in-venue engagement, WAP services, and end-to-end technical and customer service support. Headquartered in Washington DC, Distributive Networks is proud to serve its clients and partners across industries, including media, sports, politics, consumer products, education and public relations. For more information, please visit http://www.distributivenetworks.com.
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