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Clean Recovery Centers Welcomes New Director of Business Development

Tampa, FL, July 15, 2019 – Clean Recovery Centers welcomes Louisa Ray as the new Director of Business Development. Louisa brings over 15 years of high-quality business development, sales, systems management, communications and leadership to this key position.

Prior to Clean Recovery Centers, she was Business Development Manager/Center Manager at CleanSlate Centers in Tampa. In this role, she identified, developed, organized and managed all business development activities and also provided organizational leadership for technical integration relationships. In addition, she increased revenue by growing the patient census through marketing outreach and business development.

Previously, she was Business Development Manager/Practice Manager for The Medical Center of Body Rejuvenation in St. Petersburg where she grew revenue and profits by increasing the patient load. She was also responsible for all IT functions as well as marketing and social media.

“We are very pleased to have Louisa join Clean Recovery Centers,” said CEO Shayne Sundholm. “Her experience and skill set will help expand our facility into new markets and reach more people in need.”

Louisa earned a Masters in Healthcare Administration/IT Management from Friends University in Independence, Missouri, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.

Clean Recovery Centers is located at 508 West Fletcher Avenue in Tampa, Florida. For information, contact 888-330-CLEAN (2532) or info@cleanrecoverycenters.com. Visit online at www.cleanrecoverycenters.com.

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