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Winter Services, Inc. Hires General Manager

June 20, 2013

West Allis company’s growth fuels new hire

Winter Services, Inc., one of the largest snow-removal companies in the U.S., has recruited Jeff Otto as its new general manager.

“Jeff Otto has a proven track record of business growth through exemplary customer service. His experience will be invaluable as we continue to grow the best snow removal company in the USA,” said Fritz Frazier, owner of Winter Services.

Otto joins the Winter Services team from FABCO Cat, Wisconsin’s Caterpillar dealership. It was there that Otto brought rental equipment solutions to local contractors. During his successful tenure at FABCO, Otto was the top rental specialist, targeting “A” level road building and construction firms.

Jeff Otto, general manager, said, “Having worked for Winter Services as a supplier, I am delighted to join this high-powered group.”

Earlier this year, Winter Services was named winner in the Best Overall Company (less than 50 employees) category) at the 2013 Business Excellence Awards by ActionCOACH, the world’s number one business coaching firm, the company sponsoring the event. More than 400 companies participated in the 2013 event.

Winter Services, Inc. provides complete snow and ice management services; snow plowing, deicing and ice control, salting, sidewalk maintenance and snow safety, and management consulting. It serves corporate offices, shopping centers, industrial properties, hospitals, healthcare facilities, and retail stores in the areas of Waukesha, Metro Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha and Madison, Wis., their neighboring areas, and additional clients in Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri and Illinois.

Winter Services, Inc. is located at 2100 S. 116th Street, West Allis, Wis. 53227. For more information, call 1-866-SNOW-ICE, email service@winterservicesinc.com, or visit www.winterservicesinc.com.

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