Schuyler Falls, NY, June 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- AWF, Inc., an innovator in environmental education for the Adirondacks in upstate New York, today announced that, effective immediately Lionel “Buddy” Simard has resigned from his position with the company as Vice President.
Buddy was one of the AWF Founding members. He has stepped down from his position as Vice President. Buddy has decided to leave the AWF for personal and family reasons. The rest of his friends at the AWF wish him good luck in his future endeavors. Founder and CEO, James Hewitt said, "Buddy is a true friend of the AWF, Adirondacks, and mine. Buddy will be sorely missed." The rest of the AWF’s management team have taken on the Vice President duties until a proper candidate is found.
About the AWF
The AWF was launched in 2010 as an environmental education company, under the name Adirondack Wilderness Foundation. The company now leverages itself through its two subsidiaries; AWF Vending and AWF Advertising. The proceeds from these subsidiaries fund the environmental projects of the AWF.
For more information, please visit www.adirondackwildernessfoundation.org.