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Knight & Carver Wind Group, a specialist in on-site repair and service of wind blades, has moved to new corporate offices for its 20-member executive-level staff. The new address is 2423 Hoover Ave., National City, CA 91950.

"By the end of last year, we had reached the point where we not only needed more space to manage our business operations, but our company's management team deserved a more polished and professional workplace," says Sampson A. Brown, president and CEO of Knight & Carver Wind Group. "The way the industry is growing, we need to be as fully equipped, contemporary and professional as possible."

Knight & Carver Wind Group also has made three executive-level appointments, including Michelle Hays as chief financial officer, John Lortscher as service and support manager, Jon Doogan as account executive, Ruth Keefe as executive assistant to the director of business development, and Leia Castello as executive to the president and CEO.

SOURCE: Knight & Carver Wind Group


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