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Supreme Industries President And CEO Kim Korth Resigns - Quick Facts

Supreme Industries, Inc. (STS) announced that, in order to focus her efforts on IRN Inc., a consulting firm in the vehicle and transportation industry, Kim Korth has resigned as director, president and chief executive officer. Korth is both president and owner of IRN Inc.

Korth served as interim president and CEO of Supreme Industries, Inc., from February 2011 through September 2011, whereupon she was made president and CEO.

Matthew Long, Supreme's chief financial officer, treasurer, and assistant secretary, will serve as the Company's acting CEO.

by RTT Staff Writer

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