Port Angeles, WA—June 05, 2017—The Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC) based in Port Angeles, WA has begun creating jobs in production. Effective June 1, Jamie Trowbridge, a ten-year resident of Port Angeles, WA, will move into the CRTC’s first full-time production position. Jamie brings to the CRTC a wealth of experience in aerospace composites manufacturing. Jamie had been unemployed for quite some time, and was unable to find a position that fit his skill level. While unemployed, Jamie chose to dedicate his full attention to his family and fledgling small gaming company, D6 Studios. Jamie was first introduced to the CRTC when he came in on a Saturday to help produce 150 demo paddles that Chief Operations Officer Dave Walter was taking to the USAPA Nationals pickleball tournament in Arizona. To date, Jamie has made nearly 400 paddles and is thrilled to be earning a family wage and receiving the comprehensive benefits that the CRTC offers.
What Jamie likes most about working at the CRTC is the company’s core values, that everyone is easy to get along with, and that he feels he has a voice and can make a difference. Plus, he gets to work with state of the art equipment and be on the cutting edge of composites recycling.
AeroPaddles is now producing the Swift 2.0 paddle which will soon be coming out with three new color variations. The paddles can be purchased through Pickle Ball Central based out of Kent, WA.
For additional information:
CRTC Contact: David Walter (firstname.lastname@example.org), COO, 1-360-819-1203