Stewart Title Hires Business Development Officer for Commercial Services Denver Office
HOUSTON (May 11, 2016) – Stewart Title® announced today that David Gaines has joined the Stewart Title Commercial Services Denver office as business development officer. He will be responsible for growing Stewart’s commercial business by developing and maintaining new business relationships and sales locally, regionally and nationally.
Gaines has 21 years of experience in business development and management in the title insurance industry, 19 of which have been in the commercial arena. No stranger to Stewart, he previously worked in the Houston Commercial Services office from 2004 to 2008 before relocating out of state.
“We’re beyond thrilled to welcome David back to the Stewart family,” said Martin Gibeau, vice president, commercial services manager, Stewart Title. “He’s an established title industry professional and has incredible relationships in commercial real estate to prove it. We look forward to working with him again.”
Gaines attended Louisiana Tech University, majoring in business marketing. He can be reached at email@example.com or (970) 646-8892.
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