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02/18/09
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Derek Daly Design - Midwest Model alliance  Derek Daly Design (DDD) is pleased to announce an exclusive agreement with Midwest Model Makers (Midwest) that will enable DDD to bring concepts to life through both physical modeling and computer visualization.

“It’s always better to show as opposed to just tell, and being aligned with Midwest gives us the professional capacity to produce stunning presentations from scale models to virtual tours throughout an entire facility along with an in-car track experience” said Derek Daly, founder of DDD.

Midwest Model Makers Inc. is comprised of three creative studios in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since 1987, they have worked with a distinguished international list of clients to develop their ideas into an illustrative visual reality.

“Derek and Paxton Waters work in an area that can require significant visualization support. Our model displays, computer animations, and presentation company which services the architectural, corporate, and communication industries can provide this. The combination of this type of presentation media is crucial in helping investors to fully experience and understand the potential visual impact of a project, and they get to see it long before a shovel hits the ground,” said Ed Watson, founder, Midwest.

Derek Daly Design is a partnership with Paxton Waters Architecture. It was created to bring a new philosophy to road course designs around the world. No other design company combines the real world experience of competing at the worlds highest motorsports levels with the architectural experience of designing and building some of the finest motorsports facilities in the world.

For more information contact Derek Daly at 317-774-9102 derek@derekdalydesign.com

Ed Watson at 317 251-4022  www.midwestmodel.com

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