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Austin Outdoor Welcomes New Business Development Manager

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JC Guillen has been added to the Orlando district team.

| November 18, 2009

DAVENPORT, Fla. – Austin Outdoor is pleased to announce a recent addition to the Orlando district team, Business Development Manager JC Guillen.  Guillen comes to Austin Outdoor with numerous years experience in sales, marketing and client relationship building within the landscape industry.

Guillen’s responsibilities in his new role with Austin Outdoor include working with clients and potential clients to realize their landscape needs and become a trusted partner as their landscape service provider.  He will work closely with Austin Outdoor’s business development team to provide timely submissions of comprehensive landscape management proposals that are responsive to client and property needs.

“He not only brings key experience directly related to his new position, but he also brings a sense of excitement, dedication and enthusiasm to our team,” said Vice President of Business Development Brian Martin.  “We’re happy to have him here at Austin Outdoor.”

Guillen comes to Austin Outdoor from Vila & Son where he was a business developer in the Orlando region.  He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Puerto Rico.  He will utilize his skills from Vila & Son and previous career positions as well as his education to create key accounts for Austin Outdoor.

 

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