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ISCT changes management

March 20, 2003
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DOTHAN, Ala. (March 20) -- The International Society of Cleaning Technicians' Board of Directors announces a change in their management. For the past five years, the ISCT has been under the management of the Cavalry II, with Bill Yeadon as CEO and Linda Kanouse as Executive Administrator.

Under the management of Cavalry II, the ISCT has had some of its most successful conventions, along with the development of several new programs and benefits for ISCT members.

As of April 1 the ISCT management will change hands. The Board of Directors has entered into a temporary management agreement with former ISCT Secretary Rhonda Whaley. Whaley is an independent consultant with over 25 years experience in the cleaning and restorations service industry. She has served as editor of the ISCT Monitor and has coordinated several of the ISCT's past conventions and workshops.

Whaley resides in Dothan, Ala. with her husband. She was formerly the president of the Dothan Conference Center where she coordinated a variety of business meetings, weddings, and family and class reunions.

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