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Nu Flow CEO a Finalist for San Diego's Most Admired CEO

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Nu Flow CEO a Finalist for San Diego's Most Admired CEO

Press release date: November 15, 2012

Nu Flow CEO Cameron Manners has been announced as a finalist for the San Diego Business Journal's annual Most Admired CEO Awards. Mr. Manners was hand-selected as a finalist due to the increasing success of his worldwide company, his leading-edge ideas and his humble nature. Mr. Manners has successfully built a culture within Nu Flow that promotes innovation and entrepreneurship. This has not only helped spread Nu Flow's solutions to five continents and counting, but it has also encouraged the constant expansion of innovative products to fit customers' needs. The Most Admired CEO Awards highlight thriving business leaders in the San Diego area. The San Diego Business Journal will announce the Most Admired CEO Award winner on December 6. About the San Diego Business JournalÆs Most Admired CEO Awards
This annual event recognizes local industry leaderÆs great achievement within their companies and in the community. The winners and finalists are lauded for demonstrating determination and insight yielding huge successes for their organizations. These executive have taken the lead in driving their businesses and the local economy. Learn more here: About Nu Flow
Nu Flow is the global leader for the small diameter pipe lining industry, with 300+ worldwide licensees, including a presence in five continents. The Nu Flow Companies manufacture and install innovative, non-invasive, eco-friendly technologies for the restoration of failing pipe systems. Nu Flow is the only small diameter pipe lining company to provide dual lining technologies from a single source and is master licensee for the longest time-tested small diameter epoxy lining in North America. Pipe rehabilitation applications domestically and internationally include but are not limited to residential complexes, commercial multi-story structures, industrial and government facilities, hospitality and medical facilities, oil rigs, maritime vessels and underground utilities. For more information, visit


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