Cintas Corporation Announces Changes In Organizational Leadership

Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ: CTAS) announced today changes among several key leadership positions in sales and operations designed to better position the company for continued growth.

“Cintas has seen consistent growth for the past several years and will finish Fiscal Year ’13 with record revenues,” said Scott Farmer, CEO. “We want to ensure our company is organized for continued growth and we believe appointing these leaders will best position us for the future,” he added.

Todd Schneider has been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer - Rental Division. Schneider began his career with Cintas as a Management Trainee in 1989 and since then, has held several key sales and operations leadership roles in the company, including Senior Vice President of Sales, President and COO - Document Management Division, Marketing Manager and Executive Sales Representative. Schneider is a graduate of Miami University and currently resides in Ft. Thomas, KY with his wife and three children.

Jay Bruscato, formerly a regional Vice President of Sales, has been promoted to Vice President of the First Aid and Safety Division. Jay joined Cintas as a Management Trainee in 1988 and spent the first nine years of his career in Sales and Service in the Chicago area. Bruscato relocated to Cincinnati in 1996, where focused on the growth and expansion of the Facility Services business. He served as Vice President of Marketing before transitioning to his most recent role as VP of Sales. He, his wife and daughter still reside in Cincinnati.

Cintas is also pleased to announce the promotion of Bob Mitchell to Senior Vice President - Sales for the Rental Division. Mitchell also began his career with Cintas as a Management Trainee after graduating from Miami University. Over the past 27 years, he has held positions in Marketing, Facility Services, First Aid & Safety, and most recently served as Vice President - Sales for Emerging Businesses. Mitchell, his wife and four children live in Anderson Twp., OH.

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