Mile High Capital Group Ltd. Announces Jeffrey Dietz as New President
Mile High Capital Group, Ltd. (MHCG), a Denver, Colorado-based real estate developer, has announced Jeffrey Dietz as the company's new President.
PR9.NET July 30, 2005 - DENVER, Mile High Capital Group, Ltd. (MHCG), a Denver, Colorado-based real estate developer, has announced Jeffrey Dietz as the company's new President. This announcement accompanies the sale of the company by former owner and CEO Rick Dryer to current CEO Andrew McFaul. The sale took place July 1, 2005.
Dryer resigned his positions as CEO and president of the company, as well as resigning from the board of directors as he is no longer a stockholder. Jeffrey Dietz and Andrew McFaul were both elected to new terms on the board of directors. McFaul replaces Dryer as Chairman of the Board and CEO, and Dietz replaces him as president of the company.
Jeffrey Dietz came to Mile High Capital Group ltd in 2003 after six years working in real estate sales, marketing and development.
"I was one of the earlier employees at Mile High Capital Group ltd, and it's incredible how much the company's grown," says Dietz. "We've got such a tremendous team of people here."
"I had a lot of opportunities before I came to Mile High," he continues. "But, I was drawn to Mile High because there was such a fantastic business plan in place. We supply good affordable housing in areas that need housing. We serve the client; we serve the tenant. It's a win-win situation."
Jeffrey Dietz graduated with a degree in finance from York College in Nebraska. He currently lives with his fiancée in Parker, Colorado.
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About Mile High Capital
FMI conducts seminars across the nation for audiences of all investing levels from novice to expert. Rick Dryer is a nationally acclaimed real estate investment expert and the keynote speaker of the RPRT seminars. Dryer speaks on the investment strategies that have made him the success he is today, covering such topics as: how to use demographics to pinpoint great return areas; avoiding vacancies by giving renters the rental they prefer; anticipating growth areas; and following the creative class and retirement population to the next boom areas.
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