Active Voice Building to be Named in Downtown Seattle

Seattle, Washington, USA—March 21, 2005)— Active Voice, LLC, a global provider of unified messaging, computer telephony, and voice messaging solutions, today announced that its corporate headquarters at the Sixth and Lenora Building owned by Clise Properties, Inc. will be renamed the “Active Voice” Building.

In 2002 Active Voice signed a multi-year agreement to occupy 42,600 square feet in the building. The company is the anchor tenant occupying space on three floors, including extensive lab facilities, a fitness room and bike lockers.

“We are proud to be the namesake of the new Active Voice Building in downtown Seattle,” said Victor T. Foia, Active Voice’s president and chief executive officer.

The new Active Voice building sign is expected to be completed later this month.

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