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BigRentz.com Names Brandon Huff as New Chief Operating Officer

Global technology executive joins the leading online equipment rental company

IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BigRentz.com (www.bigrentz.com), the nationwide leader in online construction equipment rentals, announced the appointment of Brandon Huff as Chief Operating Officer.

Huff has an extensive background in technology and media and was most recently Chief Operating Officer and Head of Digital at Dwell Media. Prior to Dwell, Huff served as Vice President and General Manager of Yahoo's Global Commerce division, and was previously President and CEO of Hero Media; he has held executive positions with several technology businesses and start-ups.

"We are excited to have Brandon join our team and help lead the company to the next level of success," said Dallas Imbimbo, co-founder and CEO of BigRentz.com. "We set out two years ago to reinvent the way people think about rental equipment and how best to leverage technology to create a truly differentiated customer experience – and we are doing that today.  As we move forward and look to scale, we are recruiting some of the best people from industry to help us get there," he added. "Brandon coming on board is key as we look to continue our rapid growth, expand into new categories, develop our technology platform, and evaluate acquisitions."

"I couldn't be happier to join Dallas and the team at BigRentz.com," says Huff.  "It is exceedingly rare to find a company that possesses both the entrepreneurial zeal and passion required to execute and chase a vision coupled with a bonafide and tangible market opportunity at a multi-billion dollar scale.  This is a special group of people and I am thrilled to be a part of it."

BigRentz.com has created the largest nationwide network of rental equipment and rental locations for any type of project- large or small. The company is laser-focused on delivering world-class customer service, providing knowledgeable equipment rental advisors and specialists, and the largest pool of equipment inventory. BigRentz.com has become the preferred choice for tens of thousands of businesses looking for a better experience and a single source to fulfill their equipment needs.

About BigRentz.com

BigRentz.com has revolutionized the way construction equipment is rented.

A full-service online equipment rental network, BigRentz.com is the leader, and your "One Call Does it All" source for heavy equipment rental in over 2000 U.S. cities. No single company can offer more equipment in more locations than BigRentz.com.

Offering short- and long-term rentals, BigRentz.com specializes in aerial equipment, such as scissor lifts, boom lifts and forklifts; dirt equipment, such as excavators, backhoes and skid steers; and jobsite services, including portable toilets, storage and fencing, to meet the needs of businesses and contractors alike.

For more information about BigRentz.com, or to speak with a Rental Expert, call (855) 999-5438, or visit www.BigRentz.com.

Media Inquiries:

Nasim Valimohammadi
BigRentz.com
[email protected]

SOURCE BigRentz.com

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