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For Immediate Release
CAP hires Nancy Carrillo, CPM as National Sales Executive
CAP continues to expand as the nations’ premier commercial property maintenance organization
Salt Lake City, UT, April 10, 2014 — Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC (“CAP”), a nationwide provider of general maintenance, preservation, day porter and inspection services for heavily vacant commercial real estate headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, announced today that Nancy Carrillo, CPM, has joined the firm as a National Sales Executive. Most recently, Ms. Carrillo served as Vice President of Asset Management for GE Capital Franchise Finance, where she managed a large national portfolio of leased retail, restaurant, and surplus properties. She brings more than 20 years of real estate experience specializing in property, asset, and facilities management. Her background includes managing office, retail, commercial, gas/convenience stores and industrial properties, including brand new Class A properties. Ms. Carrillo holds an Associate of Science in Real Estate Management degree and is a Certified Property Manager (CPM). Additionally, she has undertaken extensive professional development skills courses, including coursework at the Wharton School of Business.
“We are thrilled that Nancy is joining our firm not only because she has a significant asset management background and real estate experience, but also because her character, vision and ideals are very much aligned with our culture at CAP,” said Marc Insul, President & COO at CAP. “Her wealth of knowledge and industry experience makes her a tremendous resource to our growing enterprise.” To reach Nancy directly, email email@example.com or contact her at (407) 883-1139. (Photo attached)
Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC is a nationwide provider of general maintenance, preservation, day porter and inspection services for heavily vacant commercial real estate. The performance of CAP’s services help protect abandoned and vacant properties so that they retain value and do not further deteriorate, become vandalized, or receive a citation from the local governing authority for their physical condition. For more information, visit www.commercialpreservation.com or call (800) 445-0640.