COSTA MESA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Emilio N. Francisco, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of private equity firm PDC Capital Group, today announced that PDC will give priority to military veterans when recruiting new hires to one of its companies.
Assisting returning U.S. military veterans is something that PDC Capital Group takes very seriously. PDC’s management team includes several veterans of the United States military and members of the American Legion.
Richard Shinn, a senior manager in the assisted living division at PDC, is a 31-year member of American Legion Post 291. Raisley Michael Bennett, manager of special projects, is a veteran of the United States Air Force serving in the Vietnam War and is an active member of American Legion Post 555, located in Midway City.
“We wanted to do something to show our appreciation to veterans for their sacrifices for this country,” said Emilio Francisco, Chief Executive Officer of PDC Capital Group. “We are grateful for their service, and we pledge to give priority hiring consideration to all veterans who apply for positions at PDC Capital companies.”
About PDC Capital Group:
PDC Capital Group LLC is a real estate development company currently developing SummerPlace Assisted Living & Memory Care, a chain of senior housing facilities. PDC is also involved in expanding Caffe Primo, an upscale restaurant, to new locations in Southern California. The company encourages veterans to learn more about the company and future job postings at http://www.pdccapitalgroup.com/ .
PDC Capital Group LLC is a private equity firm specializing in EB-5 investment projects. In identifying and executing new projects, PDC Capital Group’s goal is success for three groups: success for investors, success for the community where the project is located, and success for its project partners.
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