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Massey’s Corino Selected to Join Christian Service Center Board

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Corino will provide financial guidance, special event planning and overall non-profit leadership for the organization.

| May 5, 2010

ORLANDO, Fla. — Keith Corino, marketing manager for Massey Services, has been appointed to the Christian Service Center Board of Directors.

Corino will provide financial guidance, special event planning and overall non-profit leadership for the organization. In addition, he will serve on the public relations and communications committee. Initially, he became involved with the Christian Service Center while helping plan Feed the Need, an annual fundraiser that directly supports families in need. Over the past six years, he has continued to volunteer with the organization to enhance various programs and special events.

“We are very pleased to welcome Keith to the Christian Service Center’s Board of Directors,” said Robert Stuart, executive director of the Christian Service Center and Commissioner of the City of Orlando. “With his comprehensive background in marketing, budgeting and event planning, he will be a tremendous asset to our organization.”

The Christian Service Center offers several programs designed to address key needs of those struggling in the Central Florida community. Some of these programs include Family & Emergency Services (FES), Daily Bread, Fresh Start and KidsFOCUS. For almost 40 years, the organization has focused on preventing homelessness, combating poverty, cultivating self-sufficiency and restoring hope, while directly addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of Central Florida families and individuals who are struggling.

“Contributing to our community is part of our company’s guiding philosophy,” said Tony Massey, president and COO of Massey Services. “We encourage and support Keith as he continues to give to a cause he cares about and joins this valuable community organization’s board.”

Corino graduated with a bachelor of arts in advertising from Michigan State University. He joined Massey Services almost nine years ago as a marketing analyst, before being promoted to marketing specialist and then to his current position as marketing manager.

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