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Landmark President/COO Hunter Gorog Stepping Down

Hunter GorogLandmark Network, Inc., a national appraisal management company, announced that President & COO Hunter Gorog has decided to leave the company after a successful eight-year tenure helping grow the firm from $300,000 to over $13.5 million in annual revenue. Gorog is departing to pursue other professional opportunities and will assist the company during the transition. He remains a Partner and Board Director.

“Hunter has been critical to Landmark’s success and our explosive growth over the last eight years. I want to thank him for the vision, creativity, and dedication he brought to the company and wish him well in his future endeavors,” said Erik Richard, Founder and CEO of Landmark. “Under his leadership, Landmark has grown into a national force in the appraisal management industry and has been repeatedly recognized as one of the fastest growing private businesses in America, year after year. His integral role in developing our software platform has strengthened the company’s competitiveness and leaves Landmark well-positioned to build on Hunter’s record of success.”

“I am very proud of everything Landmark has accomplished and have been honored to work in partnership with Erik and our incredibly talented team over the past eight years,” said Hunter Gorog. “Landmark continues to drive towards its long-term vision of leveraging technology to transform the valuation space, and I’m excited about the achievements we’ve made and the strong outlook ahead for the company.”

Gorog joined Landmark in 2010 as the company’s Managing Director and was promoted to President and COO in 2012. Landmark Network has been recognized on Inc. Magazine’s "Fastest Growing Companies" list for three out of the last six years; and was named a top Service Provider by Mortgage Executive Magazine. The Los Angeles Business Journal and San Fernando Valley Business Journal also rank the company in their Top 100 fastest growing businesses.

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