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East View acquires Map Link

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East View has purchased Map Link and relocated its operation from Santa Barbara, California to Minnetonka, Minnesota. East View Map Link supplies worldwide travel and adventure maps and is described as the integral link between publishers, resellers and retail customers.

East View Map Link's sister companies are East View Cartographic (EVC), which provides authoritative maps and geospatial data from around the world, and East View Information Services (EVIS), which provides Russian, Chinese and Arabic social science, statistical and census content.

'Human Terrain/Human Geography is a growing topic of interest for some of our customers and the Map Link acquisition, in complement to EVC and EVIS, gives East View unique capabilities in assisting our variety of customers,' commented Kent D. Lee, East View's CEO.