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Sterling Bank and the major players. Here is the official press release:
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Sterling Bank Recruits Executives to Launch
New Equipment Leasing Division
HOUSTON—Sterling Bank, a subsidiary of Sterling Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: SBIB), announced today the hiring of four leading professionals in the field of business equipment leasing. These experienced professionals represent the bank’s initial staff in the leasing and equipment-financing division it is developing.
This new division of the bank will be called SilverMark Capital™ and will provide equipment-leasing services to bank customers and to select national vendor relationships.
“Offering an in-house business equipment leasing program is a logical step in providing full-service banking to our customers,” commented Sterling Bank President and Chief Executive Officer J. Downey Bridgwater. “Our philosophy is that to be the best, you get the best people. That’s why we’re proud to bring aboard these four professionals. In our opinion they represent the industry’s best in the field of commercial leasing services.”
The four leasing professionals are Frederick M. Van Etten, Richard S. Andersen, Daniel L. Fritz, and Hernan R. Traversone.
Ric Andersen, senior vice president and chief operating officer of the leasing division, was director of vendor services and capital markets for American Express Business Finance, Inc., and directed portfolio acquisition and syndication there. He began his banking career while completing a BA in economics and finance at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he became president and CEO of the student credit union. He has over 15 years’ experience in finance and commercial leasing.
Earlier this year, Sterling Bank was named to FORTUNE Magazine’s 2003 List of the 100 Best Places to Work in America. With assets of $3.4 billion, it operates 35 banking offices in the greater metro areas of Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. Sterling Bank is a subsidiary of Sterling Bancshares, Inc., whose common stock is traded through the Nasdaq National Market System under the symbol SBIB. For more information, please visit the company's web site at www.banksterling.com.
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He’s not with SilverMark. Is he in Houston or Costa Rico?
McCommon, Malone, Monlux, Lowe, Wehner, Dislip, Kruse
“Left to right—Jim McCommon, LaVergne Malone, Cliff Monlux, Loretta Lowe, Skip Wehner, Alan Dishlip, and John Kruse packing heat at Wings Over the Rockies (Denver, Colorado United Association of Equipment Leasing Conference)
June,1995, Regional Report, United Association of Equipment Leasing
“Thanks so much for your recent posting of the MainStreet Finance Press
Release,” John Kruse said in his e-mail.” We have been buried with calls and interest pertaining to the different products that we are starting to offer to the leasing market.
Kruse is Vice President of Business Finance and Managing Partner with MainStreet. He is very well-known in the leasing industry, contributing
both time and support to several leasing associations. He presently
serves on the board of directors of the United Association of Equipment
“There is definitely a strong interest in other forms of finance products
that these companies can market back to their existing customers and
prospects, “ he explains about his new company. ” There is also an even stronger, obvious, interest in adding more profit to the bottom line without adding any additional overhead.
“The Company will be delivering their services through marketing and service relationships with independent CPA firms, small banks, equipment finance companies and manufacturers who focus on service to small business owners.
MainStreet is the brainchild of Jim Brady, Cliff Monlux and Kruse, who together represent over 40 years of experience working in the specialty finance market. MainStreet is exceptional in offering access to several forms of financing from a number of different lenders across the US through one highly efficient central service point.
The idea is to help equipment leasing finance companies leverage their marketing investment for more revenue and stronger client relationships, introducing other
products and acting as intermediaries for additional fee benefit plus service
to their customers.
"Companies that currently offer only equipment leasing and loans can now offer other forms of financing to their lessee customers with minimum additional cost and significant upside revenue potential," Kruse explains. With their contacts, information, experience, MainStreet can increase yields, fees, and help maintain
their customer base by offering more financial services..
“l am very fortunate to be working with Jim Brady and Cliff Monlux again,” Kruse says.” It's refreshing to work alongside partners who
you can trust and who's interest lies in creating quality products that
offer true value to the customer. Much like the early days of System 1.”
System 1 was the software product and company name which started in 1995, which took both the broker and small to medium lessor/discount marketplace by storm. It was first introduced for a nominal dollar amount at leasing conferences, then part of a package for joining leasing associations, with the two fold process of getting the first version out and working, and tying companies into a yearly
contract for maintenance plus upgrades. As the company developed more “sophisticated programs, the company name changed in 1999 to CapitalStream. The System 1 Software name changed to 'Advantage', as it is today. The company was spun off to Jim Buckles, who manages it today.
Cliff Monlux and John Kruse started System 1 with Jim McCommon’s company
Beta number one (see the 1995 Picture from past above this story). Kruse met Jim Brady when he was at MetLife Capital where he purchased our System 1 product. After GE purchased and subsequently closed MetLife Capital. Brady became vice-president of Marketing at CapitalStream. Jim was at CapitalStream for approximately 2.5 years.
"MainStreet is all about finding credit for small business," said Jim Brady, Senior Managing Partner of MainStreet Finance. "We work with our service partners, namely CPAs, banks and other channels to define the credit needs of their clients and help them quickly find and qualify for appropriate financing at competitive rates" added Brady.
MainStreet offers their channel partners the benefit of personal advice and assistance in serving their clients as well as convenient online access to information, qualification tools and application forms.
"MainStreet represents an innovative approach to the challenge of small business credit in a number of ways" said Cliff Monlux, co-Senior Managing Partner of MainStreet. "Foremost is the idea of using professional channels for more efficient access to the small business client" added Monlux.
More about the management of this company, with telephone numbers and
other information is available at:
Jim Brady, Senior Managing Partner, can be reached at
(866)889-6886 Ext. 230
(425) 889-6886, ext. 224
The famous Rick Wilbur of MediCap-lessor/discounter/superbroker/broker/
bon vivant with System 1/Software Expert Jim Buckles.
“The handsome young man in the middle is my son Carey who is also my partner. I have no idea what we were doing there because I'm old forgetful. Carey on the other hand was probably trying to learn more about the capabilities of Capital Stream.
“I think the industry is beginning to catch it's collective breath and
business is getting much stronger. Our volume is increasing and the quality
of credit appears to be getting better.
From Jim Buckles--
“The picture was taken at the NAELB Regional Conference in Marina Del Rey
last November. I was discussing the latest features of Advantage version
2.0 (the successor to the System 1 software program) with Rick & Carey
Wilbur. This version will be available Q2 of this year and I will be
showing a "sneak peak" in Chicago for the NAELB National Convention 3/19 -
23. A free training session on 2.0 and a general discussion of Advantage
and alaQuote will be available to convention attendees on Thursday 3/19 from
1pm - 5pm.
“Since leaving CapitalStream 2 years ago and forming Preferred Broker
Solutions, I have been very fortunate to bring aboard two previous System 1
people. "Technical Guru", Trevor Thompson and "Developer Extraordinaire"
Tom Wynne. Both people have been a terrific asset to our company and have
allowed us to grow rather rapidly, keeping up with the constant demand of
offering superior software and the best possible customer support available
to the Leasing Community.
“We are experiencing a very steady growth with our Advantage customer base as
well as subscribers to our alaQuote program. alaQuote is our web based
quoting tool that furnishes a private label Lease Calculator, Custom Quote
Letter, Credit Application and Credit Release form which feeds application
data into Advantage. This program is extremely easy to use and furnishes a
professional web presence to any Leasing Professional's web site as well as
a private label offering to their vendors.
“The industry is definitely in a regroup and reorganize phase at the moment.
This is nothing new, we just haven't experienced this, at this depth, in a
long time. The upswing is inevitable. This is a great time to review how
we are all doing business, trim the fat, increase efficiencies, target new
markets and get moving. There is no doubt that some companies are still
doing deals, while others are just waiting for something to happen. These
times, you have to make it happen!
Housing Starts Highest Level 17 Years/ Economic Forecast
“We need a significant increase in business investment to support stronger job creation before the economy can sustain trend growth. That will be a challenge with the current trends in job outsourcing (globalization impact) now spreading to white collar and professional jobs. Additionally, productivity increases , made possible by the significant business investments made in the latter part of the 1990’s, are still paying off, thus allowing businesses to produce more with fewer employees. “
Here is the full report:
July starts were expected to pull back some as interest rates (30 year fixed as reported by Freddie Mac) reached 6.24 per cent, up a full percentage point from the 5.21 percent that prevailed in June. Starts were up 1.5 % to 1.872 million (SAAR) while single family (SF) was up a strong 1.9% to a very respectable 1.521 million (SAAR). The more volatile multi family (MF) sector fell a modest 0.6% to .351 million (SAAR). Permits, an indicator of future activity, were off 2.4% to 1.78 million (SAAR). Regionally, starts were up in all areas g except the West which fell almost 14%.
Analysis and outlook: Housing starts reached their highest level in 17 years as residential construction activity was not affected by the recent rise in mortgage rates. Mortgage rates have been moving up in recent weeks, driven by significant gains in 10 year Treasury yields, which are rising because the bond market believes the U.S. economic recovery is gaining strength.
As pointed out to me by a friend and fellow Forest Service colleague (Dr.Henry Spelter), housing is “the Arnold Schwarzenegger of the economy”. It remains one of the few bright spots in an otherwise lethargic economy. The main concern going forward is whether housing will remain healthy enough to provide the rest of the economy needed support in its quest to return to trend growth (non inflationary rate of growth) of about 3% or more. We need a significant increase in business investment to support stronger job creation before the economy can sustain trend growth. That will be a challenge with the current trends in job outsourcing (globalization impact) now spreading to white collar and professional jobs. Additionally, productivity increases , made possible by the significant business investments made in the latter part of the 1990’s, are still paying off, thus allowing businesses to produce more with fewer employees.
As we mentioned in last months’ housing report, current construction activity is running about 100,000 units per year above demographically supported “sustainable demand”. The bottom line is that housing can’t continue at the current pace, and eventually starts will trend down toward more sustainable levels. That may not happen for awhile longer, but sooner or later, it will. As the economy improves, interest rates will continue to trend upward, and this will negatively impact affordability, and nudge housing closer to trend levels.
Carl Villella, CLP
Acceptance Leasing and Financing Service, Inc.
1004 Sanlin Dr.
Moon Township, Pa. 15108
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GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn., -- Sunrise International Leasing Corporation (SILC), a wholly owned subsidiary of privately held King Capital Corp., today announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2003.
For the quarter, SILC reported revenues of $13.9 million, compared to $31.7 million for the comparable 2002 period. Second-quarter net income increased 9 percent to $3.7 million from $3.4 million for the prior-year period.
For the six months ended June 30, 2003, SILC reported revenues of $34.4 million, compared to $67.6 for the comparable 2002 period. Net income increased to $8.5 million for the six-month period, up 39 percent from $6.1 million in 2002.
Although revenues are down significantly in the current year due to adverse economic conditions and a worldwide decrease in capital spending, SILC continues to record strong net income primarily as a result of a high level of lease renewals, improved margins on the sale of used equipment and reduced expenses. Also, SILC's credit loss experience has consistently improved over the last several quarters, having a positive impact on provisions for losses.
The company remains debt free on its portfolio of nearly $100 million in gross earning equipment. SILC has experienced substantial levels of free cash flow, allowing the company to aggregate a portfolio of over $60 million in cash and investments. SILC is strategically managing this portfolio to ensure that it provides adequate yields and remains liquid enough for the company to capitalize on its new business ventures, which include a newly formed second placement division that actively solicits established, third-party lessors and captive leasing companies to refer lease transactions and lease lines of credit with companies that have limited credit options.
Consistent with the prior quarter, SILC experienced a modest increase in lease originations and expects this trend to further accelerate into the next quarter and to improve substantially in 2004 due to the implementation of major vendor programs that are currently being negotiated. However, the company reiterated that it expects 2003 full-year revenues to be substantially lower than the $117.4 million recognized in the previous year.
SILC is actively searching for business partners that can benefit from the company's unique, highly successful vendor program business model, its customized information systems and unmatched servicing capabilities.
About Sunrise International Leasing Corporation
SILC's business consists primarily of developing and implementing customized lease and rental programs for vendors of high technology and related equipment and is becoming a major financing source for second placements. SILC also is a national major reseller of high-quality, off-lease used Sun and Cisco equipment through Redirect Tech, its remarketing subsidiary.
About King Capital Corp.
King Capital Corp., established in 1975 and based in Golden Valley, Minn., offers a wide range of leasing options to manufacturers, distributors and resellers through its primary subsidiary, SILC, as well as high-availability software through H.A. Technical Solutions, LLC.
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Mark Lane New CEO at Synovus
ALBANY, Ga.----Synovus (NYSE:SNV), the parent company of Security Bank and Trust Company, has announced the naming of Mark James Lane as the bank's new Chief Executive Officer.
"This is a great day for Security Bank and Trust and the entire Synovus family," said Walter M. "Sonny" Deriso, Jr., Synovus Vice Chairman. "Mark is committed to the success of our company through team member development, shareholder value and customer loyalty. His passion to this company is contagious, and we will benefit from his guidance as Security Bank and Trust's Chief Executive Officer."
Mark is a graduate of Florida State University with a degree in Finance. During his career with Columbus Bank and Trust Company from 1989 - 1999, he held various positions in branch management, credit analysis and commercial lending. In 1999, Mark was named President and CEO of Quincy State Bank, also a Synovus affiliate bank located in Quincy, Florida.
Mark has been active in the Quincy, Florida community as President of the Chamber Foundation and Director of the local Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Quincy Chapter Rotary Club and the Florida Banker's Association.
Synovus (NYSE:SNV) is a diversified financial services holding company with more than $21 billion in assets based in Columbus, Ga. Synovus provides integrated financial services including banking, financial management, insurance, mortgage and leasing services through 40 affiliate banks and other Synovus offices in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee; and electronic payment processing through an 81-percent stake in TSYS (NYSE:TSS), the world's largest third-party processor of international payments. Synovus is No. 9 on FORTUNE magazine's list of "The 100 Best Companies To Work For" in 2003. See Synovus on the Web at www.synovus.com.
Aimee Davis, 706-644-0528
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FleetBoston Financial Declares Regular Dividends on Common Stock and Series VI and Series VII Preferred Stock
BOSTON---The Board of Directors of FleetBoston Financial today declared a regular quarterly dividend of
$.35 per share on its common stock. The dividend will be payable on October 1, 2003 to shareholders of record on September 3, 2003.
The Board of Directors also declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.84375 per depositary share on the corporation's Series VI 6.75% Perpetual Preferred Stock (FBF PrG). The preferred stock dividend for this issue will be payable on October 15, 2003 to shareholders of record on October 1, 2003.
In addition, the Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.825 per depository share on the corporation's Series VII Fixed/Adjustable Rate Noncumulative Preferred Stock. The preferred stock dividend for this issue will be payable on October 1, 2003 to shareholders of record on September 15, 2003.
FleetBoston Financial is the seventh-largest financial holding company in the United States, with assets of $197 billion. The company's principal businesses, Personal Financial Services and Commercial Financial Services, offer a comprehensive array of innovative financial solutions to 20 million customers. Through its Personal Financial Services franchise, Fleet offers retail banking, wealth management and investment services, nationwide brokerage, credit card and consumer lending services. These services are available through approximately 1,500 branches and more than 3,400 ATMs in the Northeast; through Fleet HomeLink(SM) online banking, one of the nation's leading online banking platforms; and through telephone banking. Fleet is the leading small business services and commercial banking provider in the Northeast. Fleet's Commercial Financial Services Division provides commercial lending, syndications, capital raising and advisory, leasing, cash management, asset-based finance, foreign exchange and interest rate derivatives to clients. FleetBoston Financial is headquartered in Boston and listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:FBF) and the Boston Stock Exchange (BSE: FBF).
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U-S Banker Weekly Bulletin
The American Stock Exchange had a busy and productive first half of the year, when the Amex Composite Index rose 18 percent during this period, outperforming
nearly every exchange index composite. During the first half, the firm also launched eight closed-end funds, valued at more than $4 billion, and 31 new companies.
Daily volume of Amex-listed stocks rose 16 percent over the same period in 2002. Officials underscored that a previously announced deal is on track with GTCR
Golder Rauner, a private equity firm, to acquire Amex from the NASD. The $110 million deal is expected to close by the end of the year.
1619- The first Black slaves brought by the Dutch to the colony of Jamestown. The colonists desperately needed workers for the tobacco crop. Europe was becoming “addicted “ to snuff and smoking tobacco in a pipe, inhaling. The Indians had introduced the colonies to tobacco, who were learning to grow and dry it. Europe was “mad” for the smoke and snuff for gentlemen. John Rolfe writes in his diary, “About the last of August came in a dutch man of warre that sold us twenty negars”
1704- the first underground sewer in Boston was constructed by Francis Thrasher, at his own expense. The move led to municipal regulations governing disposal of refuse and garbage. By 1710, the selectmen of Boston were giving licenses to private citizens for digging up streets for sewer construction. Now you may not think this is a big deal, but think how waste
was removed in this time, most often just thrown raw into the streets.
1785- Oliver Hazard Perry, American naval hero, born at South Kingston, RI. Best remembered is his announcement of victory at the Battle of Lake Erie, September 10, 1824: “We have met the enemy, and they are ours.”
1794 Major General “Mad” Anthony Wayne routs Indians at Fallen Timbers, Ohio
1813-African-American Richard Allen chairs the first National Negro Convention in Philadelphia.
1833- Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the US, born at North Bend, Ohio. He was the grandson of William Henry Harrison, 9th president of the US. His term of office 1889-1893, was preceded and followed by the presidential terms of Grover Cleveland ( who became the 22nd and 24th president ).
1845-Wilberforce University established in Ohio, 1856
1866- the newly organized National Labor Union called on Congress to mandate an eight-hour workday. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/today/aug20.html
1867-Anson Mills, brevet lieutenant colonel in the Army, Fort Bridger, UT, was granted a patent for a new cartridge belt. Moisture had previously affected cartridge belts. Mills invented a woven cartridge belt, and the machinery for making it, which was adopted by both the army and Navy.
1905 –Jazz Trombonist/singer Jack Teagarden Birthday
1911- “This message sent around the world,” sent at 7pm from the New York Times
and received back at 7:16:30pm, traveling over 28,613 miles via 16 relay stations
to become the first telegraph message sent around the world. It was the front
page headline and quite an event for its era.
1912-After the Japanese beetle invaded the East Coast and other diseases were affecting agriculture, Congress passed a quarantine law for plants, directed against dangerous plant diseases and injurious insect pests “ new to or not theretofore widely prevalent or distributed within and through the United States.” Plants that could transmit white-pin, blister rust or potato wart, and plants that might harbor the Mediterranean fruit fly, were immediately affected. Other species before the turn of the century
had been affected, such as the “mighty American chestnut oak” that dominated the Northeast was basically extinct by this date. http://ncnatural.com/NCNatural/trees/chestnut.html
1920- the first radio station to be licensed was 8MK, owned by the Detroit News, which began later instituted daily service with the program, “ Tonight’s Dinner.” The call letters were changed later to WWJ.
1924-Birthday of Jim Reeves, country music start, born at Galloway, Panola County, TX, and died at Nashville,TN, July 31,1964, when the single-engine plane in which he was traveling crashed in a dense fog. Reeve’s biggest hit was “He’ll Have to Go.” (1959) and he was inducted into he Country Music Hall of Fame in 1967.
1926-Birthday of trombonist Frank Rosolino, Detroit, MI.
1927-Birthday of guitarist Jimmy Raney, Louisville, KY.
1931-Birthday of drummer Frankie Capp,Worcester, MA.
1942-University of Chicago scientist Glen Seaborg and his colleagues first weighed plutonium, the first man made element.
1942-Birthday of pianist/composer Isaac Hayes, Covington, TN
1944-Birthday of drummer Terry Clarke, Vancouver, British Columbia.
1945- Tommy Brown of the Brooklyn Dodgers became the youngest player in major league history to hit a home run when he connected against pitcher Preacher Roe of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Brown was 17 years, eight months and 14 days old.
1945-Woody Herman Band records “Bijou.”
1954-Meteorologist/chef/author bon vivant Al Roker born Brooklyn, NY.
Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley & His Comets
Hard to Get - Gisele MacKenzie
The Yellow Rose of Texas - Mitch Miller
I Don’t Care - Webb Pierce
1960- Connie Francis began work on her first movie, "Where the Boys Are." She also starred in the sequel, "When the Boys Meet the Girls."
Fingertips - Pt 2 - Little Stevie Wonder
Blowin’ in the Wind - Peter, Paul & Mary
Judy’s Turn to Cry - Lesley Gore
Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash
Buckpasser, owned by Ogden Phipps, won the Travers Stakes at Saratoga
to become the first 3-year-0ld to pass the $1 million mark in career earnings.
1969 - Andy Williams received a gold record for the album "Happy Heart" on Columbia Records.
How Can You Mend a Broken Heart - The Bee Gees
Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight
Take Me Home, Country Roads - John Denver
I’m Just Me - Charley Pride
1971- Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas introduced the first electronic pocket calculator. It weighed about 2.5 pounds and cost $149. It could add, subtract, multiply, and divide,
displaying the results in an LED ( light-emitting diode) window.
1976-Gordon Lightfoot's "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," about an ore carrier which sank on Lake Superior, was released as a single. The song, from the album "Summertime Dream," made it to number two on the Billboard Hot 100
1977 - The song "Best of My Love", by the Emotions, topped the pop charts. It had a number one run of four weeks. http://www.70disco.com/emotions.htm
1978-After 37 consecutive years, the Stan Kenton Band folds. “Peanut Vendor.”
Good Times - Chic
My Sharona - The Knack
The Main Event/Fight - Barbra Streisand
Coca Cola Cowboy - Mel Tillis
1986 - U.S. Census Bureau officials reported that the U.S. population stood at 240,468,000 and the median age reached an all-time high of 31-1/2 years.
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For - U2
Who’s That Girl - Madonna
Luka - Suzanne Vega
A Long Line of Love - Michael Martin Murphey
1989- About 20,000 people ended a week-long 20th anniversary celebration of the Woodstock Festival at the festival's original site near Bethel, New York. They left behind a mountain of mud and empty beer cans. The unsanctioned gathering had only one serious incident - a stabbing. Folksinger Melanie was the only Woodstock veteran to show up. She performed from a makeshift stage.
Can t Help Falling In Love (From "Sliver")- UB40
Whoomp! (There It Is)- Tag Team
I m Gonna Be (500 Miles)- The Proclaimers
1998- At Shea Stadium,
Cardinal first baseman Mark McGwire becomes the first player in major
league history to hit 50 home runs in three consecutive seasons. Mac's
seventh inning solo shot helps to defeat the Mets, 2-0.
2000 -The winningest pitcher in franchise history is honored by the Yankees during Whitey Ford Day ceremonies at Yankee Stadium. The crafty lefty holds the team record for victories (236) , innings pitched (3,170 1/3), strikeouts (1,956) and shutouts (45).
2002 -A judge issues a temporary restraining order preventing the sale of Barry Bonds' 600th career home run ball hit into the Pacific Bell Park stands on August 9. Jay Arsenault, who allegedly promised friends after being given a game ticket to split any monetary gains if he caught the historic baseball, has been ordered to appear in court for hearing on September 5 along with the prized souvenir.
Dilemma- Nelly Featuring Kelly Rowland
Hot In Herre- Nelly
Complicated- Avril Lavigne
Just A Friend 2002- Mario
Note from the editor:
Carl Moberg is a wireless provider of equipment, camera’s, broadcast, and other
equipment across the United States, who’s business has grown, and from the beginning maintained offices and shipping facility here, originally trading it out for work on our internet server and mail server, plus providing other expertise. When Maria Martinez-Wong is out sick, or on vacation, as she is this week, he converts the text to html, posts it
to the website and sends to our HTML readers. While he has much knowledge
on this, it no longer is his main work, but he is picking up speed. He also
comes in at 9am, whereas Maria comes in at 7am just to post Leasing News.
Give him another day, and he will be quite up to speed. Maria is back
on Monday, and I think Carl is looking forward to it.