Bruce Geier honored as a San Diego Top Influential for 2010




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SAN DIEGO – December 6, 2010 – Technology Integration Group (TIG) President and CEO Bruce Geier has recently been named as one of San Diego’s Top Influentials by The Daily Transcript, a San Diego publication dedicated to providing local business news. Geier was selected as one of the Top 50 honorees amongst nearly 300 nominations, and will be formally honored by a reception as well as a feature in the publication.

“This is an exciting distinction,” said Geier.  “I am proud that San Diego is TIG’s home base. We look forward to creating a greater business and community impact in the future, and GO Chargers!”  A San Diego Top Influential is considered to be a Who’s Who business person whose actions and opinions strongly encourage the business community at large as well as their specific industry.
Bruce Geier and TIG have incurred milestone growth during 2010, accomplishing record year-end revenue results and recognition for Diversity performance from local and national organizations.
Profiles of these top San Diego business newsmakers of 2010 will be featured in a Web special December 30, 2010. More information about The Daily Transcript’s Top Influentials can be found at
About TIG:
A premier ISO 9001:2008 certified IT systems integrator, TIG has over 29 years of experience providing customers with best-in-class technology solutions. A financially stable computing technology provider, TIG has remained profitable every year since the company’s founding in 1981. An award-winning Certified Minority Enterprise, certified Small Business, and a Corporate Plus® member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), TIG is a leading diversity supplier to organizations nationwide. In addition to the company’s headquarters in San Diego, TIG has offices located in Albuquerque, Atlanta, Boise, Boulder, Denver, Detroit, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Irvine, Las Vegas, Los Alamitos, Philadelphia, Torrance, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Francisco Bay area, Seattle, Tampa, and Shanghai, China. For more information visit
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