CRDN names VP of sales

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BERKLEY, MI — Matthew Weaver has been named vice president of sales at CRDN, the Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network, an international franchisor serving the insurance and restoration industries, according to a press release.

Prior to joining CRDN, Weaver spent nearly 20 years in the insurance industry, most recently with Allied Insurance, a subsidiary of Nationwide Insurance, in Atlanta, GA, the release stated.

According to the release, as sales director for four states, Weaver was responsible for top and bottom line results for his $130 million territory.

“Matt is an experienced and proven leader who is passionate about sales, financial performance and team engagement. He has excelled in every position he has held, with a demonstrated track record of meeting or exceeding goals. Matt understands the relevance of balancing quality, cost and speed, all of which are increasingly important in our industry. I am confident he will play a key role in helping our organization grow our existing accounts and secure new relationships,” said Wayne Wudyka, CRDN’s chief executive officer (CEO).

Click here to read the release in its entirety.

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