Chain Store Maintenance – An MCS Company Makes 2 New Hires

by Katie Lee

Attleboro, Mass. — Chain Store Maintenance – an MCS Company has added two industry veterans to support the company’s fast-growing multi-site commercial facilities maintenance services business line. Michael Christin and Jennifer Murray have joined the team as senior vice president, business development and senior director, strategic accounts, respectively. Christin is based in Chicago and Murray is based in Columbus, Ohio.

“Michael and Jennifer will play key roles in our robust plans as we continue to expand and enhance our multi-site commercial facilities maintenance platform,” says Andrew Nolan, president of commercial and residential services at MCS. “Both bring a strong commitment to relationships management while translating best practices from a variety of business sectors. Chain Store Maintenance and MCS both pride themselves on providing impeccable service and Michael and Jennifer are perfectly suited to advance our future plans as we continue to grow this business line and bolster our capabilities across the commercial facilities maintenance services spectrum.”

Christin’s background includes a successful track record of building successful sales teams. His initial focus is on generating new sales opportunities, as he leads the company’s business development team, while creating and implementing sustainable long term growth plans. Christin has spent the last 25 years as a senior sales and marketing leader after starting as a systems engineer with IBM in Chicago before venturing into sales. Most recently, he served as the chief sales officer for ALCIVIA, a $1 billion energy and agricultural cooperative. Prior to that, Christin was chief sales and marketing officer for Phoenix-based Express Facility Management, a technology company providing top-tier facility management solutions specializing in janitorial, floor care, pest control, ground maintenance, HVAC, restoration and consumables.

A former client of Chain Store Maintenance, Murray has a track record that blends operations, account management and commercial facilities services and will apply her knowledge from all three areas to lead a team that provides client-focused, solutions-based services. She was most recently regional facilities services manager at Starbucks® where she oversaw vendor relations and coordinated facility maintenance for a portfolio of stores in the Northeast and Mid-America regions. She was previously senior national account manager with Brightview Landscapes, one the nation’s largest landscape services company.

“A strong and strategic team is key to our growth plans in the commercial facilities maintenance sector and Michael and Jennifer will play integral roles in ensuring we exceed client expectations,” adds Nolan. “As we continue to capture market share in the multi-site commercial facilities maintenance sector, we’re able to leverage synergies from the ongoing expansion of our self-performing and service partner networks, along with our robust technology platform.”

Chain Store Maintenance provides comprehensive interior and exterior facility maintenance services for commercial properties across the nation including landscaping, snow removal, parking lot maintenance, handyman, electrical, locksmith, plumbing and much more. With a hybrid service model, the company combines a network of over 30,000 local service partners and its own network of self-performing service capabilities to provide a comprehensive suite of facilities maintenance services for commercial properties.

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