Apr
24

Vote for Draper (Again)!

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It seems like election news has begun ramping up over the past few weeks. Everywhere you turn, someone is talking about who is running, why someone else isn’t, and what is good or bad about it. You might be forgiven if you’re already getting a bit tired of it. We at Draper understand that feeling,…
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Apr
22

Why Draper-Matt Schultz

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Matt Schultz is Draper Regional Manager for the southeastern United States. When Matt isn’t on the road, he seems to be doing some outdoor activity. How did you come to be working at Draper? I was working in the pro shop at Westwood Country Club in New Castle, Indiana, and decided I wanted to do…
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Apr
20

Window Shades and Privacy

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Note: The following information is also available in a free white paper. To download the PDF, click here. In a recent blog post, we discussed an article on a court ruling involving privacy issues. According to the article, in that court case—in which a judge found that a photographer taking pictures of his neighbors without…
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Apr
17

Giant StageScreens and Cool Cars

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Note: The following article is available as a free case study. To download the pdf, click here. When it comes to the North American International Auto Show put on every year by the Detroit Auto Dealers Association, big and flashy is nothing new. In fact, it’s pretty much required. So when Draper dealer TVS Communication…
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Apr
15

Why Draper-Eric Guffey

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This week’s Why Draper subject is Eric Guffey. Eric is Draper’s Regional Sales Manager for eastern Canada. Eric is an example of a pretty common occurrence here at Draper: his wife works here, as well! How did you come to be working at Draper? I guess like many others I had heard of Draper for…
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Apr
13

Rear Window Ethics

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Want privacy? Buy shades. But more on that in a moment. In 1954, Alfred Hitchcock took us on a voyeuristic tour of American apartment life. In his cinematic masterpiece, Rear Window, Hitchcock looked into the living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens of a New York City apartment building, through the eyes and telephoto lens of L.B.…
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