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JM Family Named to 'Best Places to Work' List

June 15, 2009

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – JM Family Enterprises Inc. (JM Family) was selected by IDG’s Computerworld as No. 8 among the top workplaces for information technology (IT) professionals.

In addition to being the leading automotive company on the list, JM Family ranked highest among medium-sized companies in the U.S. and No. 1 among all companies headquartered in the South Atlantic region. This honor is part of the weekly IT publication’s 16th annual 100 Best Places to Work in IT survey.

“We are fortunate to have such innovative and talented IT associates working for our company – this recognition is a tribute to their hard work and dedication,” said Colin Brown, president and CEO of JM Family. “Being named among the Top 10 is a terrific honor and we are grateful for our associates who made it possible.”

Since 1994, Computerworld’s annual “Best Places to Work in IT” feature has ranked the top 100 work environments for technology professionals, based on a comprehensive questionnaire regarding company offerings in categories such as benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention. In addition, this year Computerworld surveyed more than 27,000 IT workers for the list, and their responses factored heavily in determining the rankings.

JM Family’s commitment to associate growth was highlighted in the profile article accompanying the list. Specifically, it focused on the company’s career development program, Tech Track, which helps create a road map for associates to pursue either technical or management positions. To read the profile, click here.

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