metroatlantaceo.com Oct. 1, 2018
Atlanta Tech Leaders Ken Gavranovic And Ken Hayes Named To Curo Advisory Board
Curo, a leading facilities management application provider, announced today the appointment of Atlanta technology leaders Ken Gavranovic and Ken Hayes to its Executive Advisory Board. Curo’s application eliminates project chaos and confusion faced by the modern digital workforce. Gavranovic currently serves as Field Chief Technology Officer at New Relic, while Hayes is currently Chief Operating Officer at Cherokee Funding. Both Gavranovic and Hayes have been influential executives in the Atlanta technology community for more than 20 years. “Ken Hayes and Ken Gavranovic both have extensive and successful histories in taking companies through aggressive growth paths and will be invaluable in advising the direction and trajectory of Curo,” said Greg White, Chief Executive Officer, Curo. Prior to New Relic, Gavranovic served as Vice President of Technology at Cox Automotive and co-founded cloud migration company Invirtus (now owned by Dell) before selling to Quest Software, and also founded Interland (now known as WEB.COM) before taking the company public in 2000. “I’m excited to join Curo’s advisory board at this pivotal time in its evolution, as it endeavors to change the way operational projects are completed, from facilities and property management to complex enterprise implementations,” said Gavranovic. Prior to Cherokee, Hayes was the Chief Revenue Officer at Appia, an INC 500 company that was acquired by Digital Turbine (NASDAQ:APPS.) Before Appia, Hayes was Venture Partner at Acta Wireless where he advised early and growth stage technology companies. “I’ve always been an entrepreneur by nature, and have been impressed with the idea, direction and execution of Curo since its beginning stages,” said Hayes. This week, Curo will be showcased as one of 34 Venture Atlanta Startup “companies to watch,” a group comprised of the most exciting early-stage businesses that are bringing big ideas to the next decade. The Curo app identifies and prioritizes precisely what work
fox43.com Jun. 15, 2019
Authorities Use Tips From The Public To Identify Man Who Exposed Himself In Manheim
LANCASTER, Pa. - The Lancaster District Attorney's office have identified a man who reportedly exposed himself to females in the Manheim area. The D.A. office says tips submitted through Crime Watch and social media, led police to the suspect. The man gave a statement to police. On June 7th, the Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department and Manheim Borough Police Department investigated separate incidents.
fox43.com Jun. 12, 2019
Police Trying To Identify Man Who Allegedly Exposed Himself In Penn Township And Manheim Borough
LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. -- Police are trying to identify a man who allegedly exposed himself to pedestrians and a jogger in Penn Township and Manheim Borough, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office. The DA's Office said the man -- in a black, four-door, mid-2000s Toyota -- drove by three girls who were walking in the area of North Penryn Road near a shopping center on Doe Run Road and exposed himself. The incident occurred around 6:40 p.m. Friday.
digitaldealer.com Jun. 10, 2019
Manheim Selects Tony Markese As Vice President, Reconditioning
Strategic leadership role designed to strengthen operations, reconditioning processes to meet growth in the emerging fleet and mobility sectors ATLANTA, GA. (June 10, 2019) – Manheim has named Tony Markese ... Read more
autodealertodaymagazine.com Jun. 10, 2019
Manheim Selects Markese As VP Of Reconditioning - Showroom
Tony Markese steps into a newly created strategic leadership role designed to strengthen operations and reconditioning processes to meet growth in the emerging fleet and mobility sectors.
fox43.com Jun. 7, 2019
Man Accused Of Taking $7,000 Worth Of Key Fobs At Manheim Auto Auction
LANCASTER COUNTY -- Northern Lancaster County Regional Police have charged a man with felony theft after he allegedly removed the key fobs from vehicles listed for sale at the Manheim Auto Auction. Ibrakhim Badalov, 32, was charged after police recovered $7,000 worth of key fobs from him after an investigation.