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January 03, 2011
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Eulen America Names Marilyn Martinez Director of Janitorial Division
MIAMI – Eulen America, the leading provider of business outsourcing services in the aviation, maintenance, janitorial, landscaping and security sectors, announced today that Marilyn Martinez has been named Director of the company’s janitorial division.
In her new position, Martinez will oversee growth of the janitorial division, including the securing of new contracts and managing all janitorial operations throughout the U.S. She will be headquartered in Eulen America’s corporate office in Miami, Florida.
Martinez has been with Eulen America since 2004, most recently serving as General Manager of the company’s operations at Washington Dulles International and Ronald Reagan National airports. Her previous responsibilities included oversight of more than 150 staff members and the management of 300,000 square feet of janitorial services at Dulles Airport.
“Having worked in the aviation industry throughout her entire career, Marilyn is extremely knowledgeable of the clients we serve and is an invaluable asset to our company as we continue to grow our various divisions,” said Luis Rodriguez, chief executive officer of Eulen America. “She exemplifies our company’s core values and we are privileged to have her as a member of our management team.”
About Eulen America
Eulen America, a leading provider of business outsourcing services in the aviation, maintenance, janitorial and security sectors, is the North and South America regional subsidiary of Spain-based Grupo Eulen, the multi-billion dollar global company that provides cleaning, maintenance, security, auxiliary and environmental services. Eulen America services more than 12 countries in the Americas and the Caribbean. Eulen America is headquartered at 2665 South Biscayne Drive, Miami, Florida, United States. For more information about Eulen America, visit www.EulenAmerica.us.
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