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CertaPro Painters of Loudoun Announces the Return of Gary Cobb
Date:10/1/2013

Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) October 01, 2013

Gary Cobb is a local professional, in Northern Virginia and Loudoun County. His return to work with CertaPro Painters of Loudoun is a great benefit to the company, as he brings a high level of experience, connections, and expertise to the already stellar reputation of this painting company.

Gary has a background in software development, sales, and business development. His career began when he worked for ADP as a Senior Director in software development, building software for insurance. He maintained that role for about 13 years. In 2003 he purchased the CertPro Painters of Loudoun franchise. He operated that location, building it to a very profitable level, until he sold it to Walter Music in 2010. Gary stayed on after the switch in ownership to help with business development.

Gary was so successful with the franchise that the corporate office hired him as a General Manager. In this capacity he helped franchises with business planning, advertising, marketing, sales, and business growth.

Gary returned this year to work exclusively with CertaPro Painters of Loudoun, as their General Manager. He brings a wealth of experience as a former franchise owner, corporate staff member, and local entrepreneur, to foster business health and growth.

Gary’s keys to success are based in a “back to basics” model. He relies heavily on his personal and professional integrity, dedicated to always delivering what is promised. Building relationships with key partners is fundamental to how he helps
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