Winter Park, Fla. — Hold-Thyssen, a commercial real estate firm based in Winter Park with offices in Tampa and Nashville, recently promoted Jessica Peebles to project coordinator.
R. Anthony Fisher, vice president of Hold-Thyssen Inc., said Peebles joined Hold-Thyssen one year ago as an administrative assistant. She earned her B.S. Degree in Event Management from University of Central Florida. She has a 12-year background in customer service, experience coordinating nonprofit events, and is a member of Meeting Professionals International. Fisher said in her new role as project coordinator Peebles will be responsible for organizing the efforts of the executive team’s 2014 expansion plans.
At the same time, Christy Sharrer was hired as a marketing assistant in Hold-Thyssen’s Winter Park offices. Fisher said Sharrer has more than eight years of experience in customer service. She holds a technical certificate in Graphic Design Production and will receive her A.S. degree in Graphic Design from Seminole State College this July. In her role as marketing assistant Sharrer will assist the Hold-Thyssen marketing team with production of marketing materials and marketing communications.
Hold-Thyssen provides commercial property and leasing and management services to institutional and private investor clients nationwide. The 40-year old firm’s current portfolio includes more that 100 commercial properties throughout the United States.
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