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AMI - Promoting Two New Assistant Managers and Setting the Pace in Campaign Expansion

Breaking yet another organizational record, AMI lands two new assistant managers to their management team. Promotion event welcomes family, friends and fellow team mates to celebrate Will Greaves and Joel Tucker.

Feb 21 2014, 11:18am CST | by

Fort Lauderdale, FL, February 21, 2014 --(PR.com)-- On February 15th, the AMI Fort Lauderdale office held a promotion party in honor of two new assistant managers.

Joel Tucker and Will Greaves, both Tampa natives, have been two key players in the expansions of both campaigns in the South Florida branch. The celebration continued at a complimentary party at downtown Fort Lauderdale's America's Backyard, hosted by managers Paul Morales and Vanessa Castaneda.

The organization goal of opening 5 new offices by end of 2014 is already on pace to be met by early fall, with the addition of another promotion in the west coast Florida office. Both new assistant managers will be training over the course of the quarter to assist in the expansion of yet another new market.

Human Resources Manager Katie Daron stated "With the promotions occurring at such a fast pace, we are going to be filling many positions for the branching markets."

Contact Information:
AMI
Andrea Vargas
954-731-1612
Contact via Email
amimarketing.com

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