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PMC Proudly Announces Two New Company Shareholders
PMC Principal's Rewarded for Dedication to Excellence and Client Commitments

RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In concert with its extended growth strategy and culture of rewarding exceptional achievement, PMC is pleased to announce that Tammy Seale and Eric Norris have been made shareholders in the firm. Under the company's Principal Program, PMC staff who have shown exceptional skill, fortitude, and a dedication to their clients and their team, qualify to become owners of the company and take a more active role in the growth of the firm.

"Eric and Tammy have demonstrated a remarkable personal and professional commitment to the success and growth of PMC," said Philip Carter, PMC CEO. "They both have consistently demonstrated superb leadership with their teams and a commitment to excellence on behalf of our clients."

PMC has a long tradition of extending ownership to staff members who have gone above and beyond the call of duty. Individuals who have played a leading role in growing the firm, fostered collaboration across the company, and have shown a commitment to the success of their clients, are regularly recognized and offered an opportunity to become shareholders in the firm.

Tammy Seale is a Principal in PMC's Sustainability Practice. Based in San Luis Obispo, Tammy has worked closely with a number of municipalities on their Climate Action Plans to reduce Greenhouse Gases and create a more sustainable community. Her innovative thinking and commitment to collaboration has earned her the respect and admiration of clients and colleagues alike.

Eric Norris is a Principal in PMC's Planning Practice and provides planning and management services for major development projects, master plans, and policy initiatives to municipalities. Since joining PMC in 1997, Eric has managed several award winning planning projects across California and New Mexico, and has helped PMC's planning practice grow.

About PMC
Established in 1995, PMC is a full-service municipal services consulting firm with expertise in a broad range of planning, environmental, finance, urban design and revitalization, public outreach and sustainability services. PMC has offices throughout the Western United States including Rancho Cordova, San Diego, Oakland, San Luis Obispo, Monterey and Chico. For additional information about PMC visit

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