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Clean Recovery Centers Adds Taylor Weil as Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 3, 2021 – Shayne Sundholm, CEO of Clean Recovery Centers, announced today that Taylor Weil has been named Executive Director of Clean Recovery Centers’ Tampa, FL and New Port Richey, FL locations.

“We are excited to add Taylor to the Clean Recovery Centers team,” said Sundholm.  “He is a seasoned professional with over 8 years’ experience in the behavioral health field. He will be an outstanding asset as we strive daily to facilitate the recovery process and expand our service offerings into other markets.”

“He will be an outstanding asset as we strive daily to facilitate the recovery process and expand our service offerings into other markets.”

Shayne Sundholm

CEO, Clean Recovery Centers

Prior to joining Clean Recovery Centers, Taylor was Chief Marketing Officer of Amatus Health in Owings Mills, Maryland where he was instrumental in their expansion and success. He is schooled in Business Administration and Management from William Paterson University in New Jersey.

Clean Recovery is a leader in in providing innovative solutions and dedicated care to those in recovery. For more information, contact Clean Recovery Centers in Tampa at 888-330-2532 or www.cleanrecoverycenters.com.

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