Business news — Jan. 22, 2020

  • Wednesday, January 22, 2020 1:30am
  • Business

Clear Creek RV has new manager

Under new management, Clear Creek RV Center of Sequim is bringing in a larger unit of inventory to the site.

Owner Jim Fisher announced last week the hire of new manager Robert Evans, who started with Clear Creek on Jan. 1.

“We want to bring a fun, adventurous buying experience to our customers that will last for life.

Clear Creek RV, which sells new and used/consignment recreational vehicles, is at 259335 US Highway 101. Call 206-866-3107 for more information.

First Federal reports staff moves

First Federal announced last week that Nicole Pruden has been promoted from Customer Sales and Service Manager to Branch Manager of the Port Angeles Sixth Street branch.

“Nicole’s goal was to become a Branch Manager and she made it; congratulations Nicole, on your promotion,” First Federal regional manager Christy Rookard said.

First Federal also announced Lorie Fazio will be moving to the Sequim Village Branch as the Branch Manager.

“Lorie is so excited to be back in her hometown of Sequim,” Rookard said. “Congratulations Lorie on your move to Sequim Village Branch — I’m looking forward to the passion you will bring to your hometown community.”

For more about First Federal, see www.ourfirstfed.com or call 360-417-3204.

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