Happy Holden Is Taking Your Questions Now


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Happy Holden, the industry icon and “Father of HDI,” is ready to answer your questions! If you've always wanted to ask Happy a question but you never thought you'd have the chance, you're in luck!

Please take a few minutes to jot down your questions for Happy. A select group of answers will be published in upcoming editions of I-Connect007 magazines and newsletters.

To pose a question for Happy Holden, click here. Have fun with it. We appreciate your participation.

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