Central Parking has named two longtime employees to grow its business in existing markets and land new contracts with national real estate players.
Both Jerry Skillett and Todd Nevill now sport the new title of vice president of development. Skillett, who is on his second stint with Central Parking and has been its Los Angeles-area manager since 2004, will also stay in that role. Nevill was with Central Parking for a short time in 1998 and rejoined the company two and a half years ago.
President and CEO Emanuel Eads said the company's move "demonstrates the significant commitment by Central Parking to this important aspect of our business."
Central Parking, which was acquired by a private-equity group in May of 2007, manages about 2,400 parking facilities around the country.