The Bizz — July 23, 2009

R.C.-based credit union services company signs new clients
Co-Op Financial Services in Rancho Cucamonga has announced 55 new contracts have been won in 2009 for its flagship offering, Co-Op Network, further extending its credit union clients. The new network agreements push Co-Op’s total number of new contracts for the year to more than 100 across multiple business lines, according to a news release. A total of nearly 3,000 credit unions, about one-third of all credit unions in the United States, participate in Co-Op Network, a nationwide network of surcharge-fee ATMs.

Yucaipa medical device maker hires L.A. broker to consider bids
Ingen Technologies Inc. has hired Pacific Pearl Group for evaluation of all bids and proposals to acquire the Yucaipa-based medical device manufacturer, according to a company news release.  Pacific Pearl Group is a licensed Financial Industry Regulatory Authority dealer-broker, headquartered in Los Angeles.  According to the release, Ingen remains ahead of schedule in decreasing its debts before the end of this quarter and is focused on profitability before Aug. 31. The company’s annual shareholder meeting is scheduled for Sept. 22.

Pomona real estate valuation company brings on new staff
PCV Murcor, a national real estate valuation company based in Pomona, has expanded its staff. Nolan Turner has been named vice president of business development. Turner previously worked with Wachovia’s investment banking and wealth management divisions. Also joining PCV Murcor is Marybeth Sosa, who is the company’s new director of human resources. Sosa previously was vice president and senior human resources manager at Solstice Capital Group in Irvine.

San Bernardino business center earns LEED Silver certification
Five Hillwood-developed buildings at Interchange Business Center in San Bernardino have earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design — Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.  According to a news release, this is the largest speculative industrial project in the United States, one of the largest industrial projects in the country, and one of the largest overall projects in the state to receive LEED certification.  The five speculative buildings along the west side of the 215 Freeway about 2 miles north of the 210 Freeway interchange, were completed in 2008. Hillwood developed the project, then sold the five buildings to CB Richard Ellis Investors.

Local Avon representatives earn Bahamas trip for top performance
Avon Products Inc. recently announced that several area Avon representatives have been recognized among the beauty giant’s top representatives in the country. Cindy Goulet in Fontana, Pam Zulkanycz in Norco and Celia Gonzalez and Vivian Rogers, both in Riverside, were awarded a trip to Paradise Island in the Bahamas to attend the company’s President’s Recognition Program Celebration.  Information: www.avoncompany.com.

Rialto woman earns promotion at direct-sale nutritional company
Silvia Saravia of Rialto was recently promoted to the director level in Reliv International, a nutritional supplements company. Reliv distributors reach new levels when their sales organizations meet specific sales volume goals. Information: (909) 266-1575.

 

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