CAN DO is planning its annual Curb Appeal Awards mixer to honor industrial park tenants who have beautified and maintained the visual appeal of their properties.
The program, in its seventh year, presents awards to companies in Humboldt, Humboldt North, McAdoo and Valmont industrial parks; Humboldt Station and the CAN DO Corporate Center during an industry mixer held in September at Residence Inn by Marriott in Humboldt Station.
PPLSolutions moved its call center to a building in Humboldt Industrial Park earlier this year and recently signed a lease to double its space in the new facility, adding even more employees.
The call center handles business for many deregulated energy suppliers. Christina Shackleton, business development manager for PPLSolutions, said 114 agents currently work at the center, a large increase from the 60 who were employed at the facility from which PPL Solutions moved this year. With the expansion anticipated to be complete in September, up to 100 additional people will be hired, Shackleton said.
During last month’s annual meeting, the organization’s board of directors elected officers and at-large board members.
CAN DO officers approved for 2014-2015 include: Llewellyn F. Dryfoos III, chairman of the board of directors; Daniel C. Jorgensen, vice chairman; David M. McCarthy, vice chairman; William Magnotta, vice chairman; W. Kevin O’Donnell, president; Dr. John Madden, secretary; Patrick Ward, treasurer; Joseph F. Lettiere, vice president of sales and marketing; Nancy R. Stasko, assistant secretary; and Patricia Gendler, CPA, assistant secretary.
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