Monday, 6 October 2014

Matt Lotze Has Served As The CEO At Many Reputed Companies

Matt Lotze is a highly acknowledged and well experience entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist with vast years of experience in handling multiple tasks. At present, he is working in the Big Bear Lake California area purchasing vacation rentals and real estate. During his career span, he has worked with various reputed companies and served there with a prestigious position of CEO. Here, take a look at a list of companies where he handled various responsibilities with expertise and success. 

* Real Outlets Stores

* Liquidations Rus, Inc.

* American Fundraisers, Inc LLC

* Cheezy Pizza Company, Inc.

* Nations Best Franchise, Inc. and

* American Marketing Company, Inc.

Other than this, Matt Lotze also founded a chain of retail stores with $25 million annual sales. He has founded, managed and organized seven companies and possesses the knowledge of all practical working aspects. He owned and managed a chain of 6 Pizza restaurants which shows that he has a special talent of corporate streamlining. With the best of his specialization in performing various business tasks, he is proficient in corporate streamlining, legal audits, corporate organization, business start up, risk management, employee management, contract review, franchising, contract negotiations, legal auditing to scrutinize loss exposure in a company's infrastructure, loan modification negotiations, and loss mitigation.

Lotze in his career has also overcome tragedy and failure. But has use these instances a stepping stones for further success and knowledge. Lotze states "there is no such thing as failure there is only the cost of the learning lesson".

Currently Mammoth Mountain is purchasing Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. Lotze believes this will be good for the Big Bear Valley area bringing in new capital and new ideas. Matt Lotze family has owned property in the Big Bear Lake area for over 35 years. When asked if you thought this would destroy the small town feel of Big Bear, Lodge replied "the sale of the mountain will change Big Bear. I know it will destroy it. Change is like the wind you can correct it you could enjoy it and you can ride it but stopping it is not going to happen".

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