Planet Tan Hires New Director of Asset Management

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Planet Tan hires new director of asset management. Planet Tan, home of Dallas/Fort Worth's premier tanning super centers, and the most respected brand in the industry, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Darwin Ruyter to the position of Director of Asset Management.

Planet Tan, home of Dallas/Fort Worth's premier tanning super centers, and the most respected brand in the industry, is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Darwin Ruyter to the position of Director of Asset Management.

New to Planet Tan, Ruyter is not new to operations and production support. His experience encompasses an extensive 26 year career in maintenance, production support and operations management. In his new role, Ruyter will be in charge of creating and developing the maintenance facility department for Planet Tan.

"I am thrilled to welcome Darwin to our executive team," said Tony Hartl, Founder and CEO of Planet Tan. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our organization and I look forward to the contributions he will be making to Planet Tan's growth," said Hartl.

About Planet Tan:
Planet Tan is the official tanning center for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Dallas Mavericks Dancers, and the Dallas Stars Ice Girls. They are the leader in tanning super centers, operating 13 locations in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Planet Tan has been recognized on the SMU "Dallas 100" list as one of the fastest growing privately held businesses in Dallas, and was selected as the "Best Place to Work in DFW" by the Dallas Business Journal in 2006 and 2007. Looking Fit magazine ranked Planet Tan in their "Top 250" - the top 1% of tanning centers in North America. The company has also been included in the Inc. 5000 magazine 2007 list of 5000 fastest growing companies in America. The company was founded in 1995 by Tony Hartl, and is based in Garland, Texas.

To learn more about Planet Tan memberships and locations, visit http://www.planettan.com.

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