Pac-Van Announces Founding of New Jacksonville Branch, the Company's Second Branch in Florida and 21st Nationwide

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New Jacksonville Branch will serve northern Florida and southern Georgia.

This expansion reflects our positive growth objectives

Pac-Van today announced the founding of its new Jacksonville Branch, the company's second branch in Florida and 21st nationwide.

"This expansion reflects our positive growth objectives" Ted Mourouziz, Pac-Van COO and President stated. "The Southeastern states are a rapidly expanding marketplace. We've seen strong performance from our other Florida branch office, in Orlando, and we fully anticipate that our Jacksonville office will prove similarly successful."

The Jacksonville branch will serve the northern Florida area, including Tallahassee and Gainesville - and southern Georgia, including Albany, Brunswick, Douglas and Valdosta. The branch inventory of modular buildings, mobile offices, storage containers, and ground-level offices will mirror the Orlando office inventory.

The new branch, located at 11637 Camden Road Jacksonville, FL 32218,
(1-800-587-1784) will be managed by Terry Hoskinson. Terry brings 11 years of experience, most recently with Pac-Van Columbus, Ohio.

About Pac-Van, Inc.
Pac-Van, Inc. (http://www.pacvan.com) is a nationwide provider of modular buildings, mobile offices, and portable storage equipment. The company serves a diverse array of customers, including those in the commercial, industrial, construction, medical, special event, government, and education markets.

Pac-Van's reputation for excellent quality and unsurpassed service has won the company many accolades, including multiple listings in the "Inc. 500" List of Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. and the Inc. "Inner City 100" List of Fastest Growing, Privately Owned, Inner City Companies in the U.S. Pac-Van is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN and has offices in 21 cities in 13 states.

For further information, contact:
Angie Mason, VP Marketing, 1-888-791-2020.

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