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GEARING UP FOR ANOTHER RECORD-BREAKING YEAR IN 2012 GRAEBEL EXPANDS SALES TEAM IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HOUSTON MARKETS

 
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November 4, 2011

 (Aurora, COLO) – The Graebel Companies, Inc. is experiencing double-digit growth in each of its six relocation and moving divisions in 2011. This phenomenal growth has resulted in career path opportunities for the Company’s employees worldwide and has attracted career-trackers in the relocation industry and in the business development arena.

Recently, George Bates, senior vice president of business development at Graebel has announced that Ezra Nazareth and Catherine Cutlip have joined the Graebel Movers, Inc. national account sales team. Reporting to Bates, they will be responsible for signing new national account domestic and international household goods business; and, for the introduction of Graebel colleagues who are subject matter experts on full-service global mobility, move management services and commercial office relocation and workplace services to their clients. With his territory in Southern California, Nazareth will office at the Graebel Los Angeles moving and storage center that is located at 2095 California Avenue in Corona; and, Cutlip will work from the Company’s center that is located at 10901 Tanner Road in Houston, Texas.

Nazareth had been an account executive with the San Diego, California-based firm, The Lawton Group, since September 2010.  There, Nazareth developed client relationships that resulted in $40 million in new business with organizations that included: Cisco Systems, Qualcomm, General Atomics, LPL Financial, Sempra Energy, Kaiser Permanente and Sony Electronics. Previously, he was a regional account executive and human resource partnership manager at Acloche HR / Limited Brands from November 2006 until March 2008. At the Limited Brands based in Columbus, Ohio Nazareth was a trusted advisor to the Human Resources Management team; and was responsible for the daily activities of up to 400 contract employees for the Victoria’s Secret Corporation. In 2007, Nazareth was ranked the number one account executive, and in the fourth quarter of that fiscal year achieved the Territory Growth award and President’s Club status having achieved 138-percent of his quota at that organization. December 2003 to March 2006, Nazareth was with Modern Medical, Inc. and was recognized as one of its top three sales executives for revenue achievement in 2005. 

Nazareth is 2001 undergraduate of Valor University. He presently is the legislative and small business advocacy committee member for the San Diego, California Regional Chamber of Commerce. Other roles held with the Chamber include Vice Chair of the Business Alliance Group, Member of the Circle of Influence, and is a member of California Staffing Professionals Association.

Catherine Cutlip comes from the Houston Goodwill Industries’ where she served as that organization’s events and development specialist from 2008 through 2010. Goodwill Industries’ realized more than one million dollars in in-kind and monetary donations due in large part to Cutlip’s efforts that spanned the management of its local fund-raising events that included an Annual Gala and Golf Classic tournament. Previously, Cutlip was a major account manager at the Xerox Corporation subsidiary, Dahill Industries, from November 2006 to January 2008. Beyond building a new client portfolio at the Dahill Industries she conducted hands’ on implementation of that firm’s multi-functional devices, document management program and security software that contributed to Cutlip substantially exceeding her annual sales quota.

Cutlip earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business from Western Washington University in 2006. During her senior year, she completed a research internship at the Graebel center in Kent, Washington. In addition to her volunteer work at the Goodwill Industries of Houston, Cutlip has been inactive in the Leukemia Society and the American Cancer Society chapter in Houston.

About Graebel Companies, Inc.

 

Founded in 1950, Graebel provides worldwide relocation and move management services, domestic U.S. and international household goods moving and storage services, freight forwarding, and commercial office moving and workplace services. On-the-ground services are performed in over 150 countries for the Fortune 500 and global 100.  The World Headquarters is in Aurora, Colorado and Graebel centers are located throughout the U.S., and in Prague, the Czech Republic, and Singapore. Divisions include: Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide, Inc., Graebel Movers International, Inc., Graebel Commercial Services, Inc., Graebel Van Lines, Inc., Graebel Movers, Inc., and Move Management, Inc. The privately-held company boasts a strong balance sheet, an extensively background-checked and trained employee workforce, and business intelligence reporting and management systems that include portals and apps.  Graebel has been ranked the #1 company in the ‘HRO Today’ Baker’s Dozen relocation list for two consecutive years in 2011 and 2010. To learn more visit: www.graebel.com 

 

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