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CBM Names Richard “Duff” Greenwood as President
Kansas City, March 1, 2012 – CBM, Inc. announces that Richard “Duff” Greenwood has been named President. Duff will work to continue building relationships with Manufacturers, Customers, and Associates in our industry. CBM, Inc. is pleased to have Duff in the position of President as he is a valuable part of the company.
Duff has been with CBM, Inc., since 1978, named as a Vice President in 1992 and been on the Board of Directors since 1996. He has worked in all four of the markets CBM, Inc. in Sales and Management roles. Prior to CBM, Duff worked at General Electric Supply Company in Topeka, KS as a branch manager, and was a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corp.
CBM, Inc. is a customer-driven manufacturers’ representative agency that has been in the industry for over 50 years. An ESOP company, CBM is employee owned where all employees have a vested interest in the company. The depth of personnel and experience allows us to build and maintain relationships within the markets we serve.
For additional information, contact: Duff Greenwood, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESOP Month Competition Donates to Local Chartities
Kansas City, MO, November 2011 - CBM, Inc. competed in a company wide fundraiser for ESOP Month. ESOP Month is the month of October each year and gives employee owned companies a dedicated time to celebrate being an ESOP.
As part of ESOP Month, CBM held a Penny War for charity. There were two teams, the Jets and the Sharks. Each team competed by putting money into jars and donating food. Pennies added to grand totals, while larger coins and bills subtracted from the totals. Food was also given a dollar amount, all positive of course. In the end, the winning team was the Sharks, but the real winners are those that have been helped in the community.
CBM raised $350 and 124 pounds of food that were donated to the City Union Mission and Harvesters.