PRLog - May 31, 2012 - BERKLEY, Mich. -- Garry Bradamore has been promoted to Vice President-Canada for CRDN, the Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network, an international organization of textile restoration experts serving the insurance industry. The announcement was made by CRDN CEO Wayne Wudyka.
In this new position, Bradamore is responsible for Canada sales and program development among insurance carriers and contractor groups. He will continue working with CRDN’s local business operators across Canada to promote the CRDN Brand and support individual franchise growth.
Previously, Bradamore served for three years as Director of Business Development for CRDN in Canada. With more than two decades of experience in sales and marketing, Bradamore has been involved with the drycleaning industry since 1998. He also managed the sales and marketing divisions for two CRDN franchises prior to joining the corporate office in 2009.
“Garry’s in-depth experience and knowledge of CRDN’s process will enable him to work with our clients across Canada as they seek a proven resource for restoring garments and other fabric items affected by smoke, fire and water,” said Wudyka. “Garry has a thorough knowledge of the distinct needs of insurance adjusters and managers, contractors and contents companies, as well as third party administrators, and in this new role, he will be able to fully integrate our textile restoration services across the country.”
CRDN, the Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network, is an international organization of experienced, highly trained textile restorers who specialize in insurance restoration laundry and drycleaning services for all types of loss. Adept at restoring textiles damaged by fire, smoke, water or exposure to mold and other contaminants, CRDN members offer an effective, efficient and proven solution for insurance professionals seeking to reduce costs and improve margins while closing claims quickly. CRDN currently operates in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. The organization’