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International Pineapple Organization (IPO) NAMES ARNE ROTNE (EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT) & DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT











































Photo: Had a really great day today with Arne III at the Honda Classic! Blessed to be in the VIP Honda Chalet on the 18th green with inside and outside seats...All the food and drinks we could eat!! Wowow.. Great event with an exciting four way playoff too...great time and memories.


Arne Rotne II and his son (Arne III) at the Honda Classic Golf Tournament earlier this year.














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The International Pineapple Organization (IPO) is pleased to announce the appointment of Arne L. Rotne II to the role of Executive Vice-President and Director of Business Development.




Mr. Rotne brings with him over 25 years of innovation and product development from the Hospitality, Food Service and Health safety Industries and is based in Stuart, Florida.





"Arne Rotne is one of the most talented Marketing minds that I have met in my life" said IPO Executive Director Will Cavan about the announcement.







The IPO is building on the success of two Global Pineapple Conferences in the past year and several outreach meetings on the west coast of the USA including Hawaii.





"I look forward to amazing results that will take the IPO concept to a whole new level and I am excited about what the future holds for our Organization." continued Cavan.





In an effort to meet member's expectations, Mr. Rotne will be working on special projects that the IPO will be announcing in the weeks and months to come.




"Arne Rotne has a lazer focus to detail and an ability to execute on a National & International level, whatever the task, Arne always comes up with crisp, impressive design concepts and then he executes!"








Arne Rotne is a graduate of the University of Florida School of Business Management.





Mr. Rotne begins his role at the IPO effective immediately and will be reaching out to IPO members in the next few weeks to get acquanted.












Please feel free to contact Arne Rotne via email: 



alrotne@gmail.com








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