XOS employee Dana Stites receives ‘Rookie of the Year’ award from Florida Citrus

XOS
Technologies, Inc., today announced that Dana Stites, the company’s content
program syndication manager, received the “Rookie of the Year” award from Florida
Citrus Sports (FCSports) on Thursday, April 26 at its annual Wachovia Member
Celebration banquet.

The event,
held this year at SeaWorld’s Ports of Call and Shamu Stadium, recognizes those
who went “above and beyond” with volunteer contributions. WFTV Channel 9
sports anchor Jenny Dunn presented the awards, including the “Rookie of the
Year” honor which Stites of XOS Technologies received for her dedication to the
local sports organization.

“I’m not
only proud to receive this honor from FCSports, but I’m especially proud to
serve as a member of this outstanding sports organization,” Stites said.
“FCSports has an incredible group of volunteers that is always open to
expansion. Volunteering with FCSports has been such a rewarding experience
for me and I look forward to welcoming new faces as we move forward.”

As part of
the XOS Network, which powers more than 150 professional and collegiate sports
Web sites, FCSports has a longstanding relationship with XOS to leverage
emerging technologies for its official Web site – www.FCSports.com.

“Dana is
proof that XOS employs the best in the business,” said Steve Hogan, FCSports
executive director. “Dana’s passion for sports is incredible and we’re lucky
to have her as a member. In addition, we’re extremely pleased to work
with XOS to keep our site as cutting-edge and interactive as possible.”

Stites
joined XOS in January 2007 and oversees the production of XOS broadband video
channels and live-event video packaging for College Sports Direct (www.CollegeSportsDirect.com).
Prior to joining XOS, she served as director or programming for Sun Sports and
Fox Sports Net for nearly 20 years. Stites resides in

Longwood,
Fla.
and has served as a member of FCSports since 2006.