LotLinx’s Denise Chudy steps down

CHICAGO - 

LotLinx announced Thursday that Denise Chudy has stepped down from her positions at the company to pursue other opportunities.

This news follows the company's announcement on Wednesday that Gee Leung has joined the company as chief operating officer.

"I appreciate the opportunity to have helped LotLinx grow its disruptive technology to become a market-leading digital advertising platform," Chudy said in a news release announcing the move.  "While I will miss the daily excitement of being inside the company, I will continue to watch its growth as a significant shareholder, and I am proud to be a part of the LotLinx family."

In addition to Leung, recent new additions at Lotlinx include vice presidents Bob Sherman and Kim DePalma.

"We are thankful to Denise for her time at LotLinx.  She helped us grow into the industry's leading digital platform for increasing inventory turn.  We wish her the best in her future endeavors," said LotLinx chairman and chief executive officer Len Short.

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