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This profile was last updated on 7/27/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Maxwell J. LaBrooy

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Background

Employment History

  • Vice President
    Green Dolphin Systems Corp
  • Vice President of Operations
    Green Dolphin Systems Nevada
  • President
    Interior Environmental Systems , Inc.
  • Vice President
    Green Dolphin Delaware

Board Memberships and Affiliations

11 Total References
Web References
Maxwell Labrooy Vice ...
www.sec.gov, 27 July 2006 [cached]
Maxwell Labrooy Vice President
SEC EDGAR Submission 0001117676-05-000010
www.sec.gov, 22 April 2005 [cached]
Maxwell J. LaBrooy 3717 Stonegate Lane Powell, TN 37849
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MAXWELL J. LABROOY.From 1985 through January of 1999 Mr. LaBrooy was President of Interior Environmental Systems, Inc., a company located in Knoxville, Tennessee which was in the ceiling tile and wall application and cleaning business.Mr. LaBrooy was in charge of, and produced significant increases in domestic and international sales.During his tenure there, he setup manufacturing plants in Japan, South Korea, Canada and Mexico.He left Environmental Systems in January 1999 to become Vice President of operations for Green Dolphin Nevada.In February 2000 he was also elected Vice President of Green Dolphin Delaware.
KnoxNews: North Knox
www.knoxnews.com, 7 May 2003 [cached]
The products, mostly sold to industrial and commercial cleaning contractors, are being used in major fast-food restaurants, discount stores and hospitals in the United States and Canada, said Green Dolphin cofounder and vice president Max LaBrooy of Powell.
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"Everybody's taken a beating in the last few months, including us," said LaBrooy.He predicted the stock would rally with the upcoming announcement of major new contracts, now pending.
Government and private concerns about buildings contaminated by mold and other toxins bodes well for the company's future, he stressed.
"With the rise in asthma, chronic bronchitis and other respiratory diseases, the government has been forced to address the issue of making buildings contaminant-free.One of the important outgrowths of this concern is the emphasis on not allowing the use of hazardous, volatile organic compounds to clean contaminants because, in effect, it's replacing one problem with another," he said."This creates a perfect opportunity for environmentally friendly products that can get the job done safely and cost-effectively."
In addition to removing mold and mildew, LaBrooy said Green Dolphin has products for cleaning everything from greasy restaurant hoods to floors, textured and tile ceilings, concrete and wood decks, and it has recently signed contracts for laundry products.
Green Dolphin also makes a slip-prevention coating for application to ceramics, marble and granite, helping companies comply with the American Disabilities Act.
Green Dolphin Systems was formed in 1999 when LaBrooy's industrial cleaning company, MSD Enterprises, was merged with Penta-Deltex Enterprises in Canada with the goal of going public.Nick Plessas of Toronto is Green Dolphin's president, but LaBrooy manages the company's Powell headquarters and operations.
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A native of Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), LaBrooy came to the United States in the 1980s to study at the University of Maryland and play semi-pro soccer for the Baltimore Comets.After college, he joined the International Ceiling and Wall Cleaning Co. in Florida, owned by the late Bruce Larson.LaBrooy was with the company for 14 years, the last nine as president.In 1994 he relocated it from Florida to Alcoa, here in East Tennessee.
In 1997 LaBrooy decided to go into business for himself, forming MSD Enterprises.
"We hired a retired chemist from Shell Oil Co. to develop a safer, environmentally friendly cleaning product," LaBrooy said.Green Dolphin also developed equipment to apply the water-based enzyme cleaner, which is heated before being atomized or misted onto porous tile or textured ceilings.
The enzymes cause grease and grime to bead and evaporate without scrubbing, which would damage the surface of the wall or ceiling.
Nonporous surfaces, such as metal and plastic, have to be wiped to remove the soil, but exterior concrete surfaces, such as stucco, and wood decks, are hosed down after the application of Green Dolphin's cleaning products, LaBrooy said.
Company demonstrations show wood and concrete turning from near black to pristine and brown, sticky, grease-coated fry hoods in restaurants returning to silvery stainless steel with no scrubbing required.
The chemicals produced by Green Dolphin are so safe they can be disposed of in the sewer system with no harm to the environment, and exterior cleaning will not harm landscaping as do many products, he said.
"Many people believe that profitable business practices are at odds with environmentally friendly products," LaBrooy said.
Maxwell J. LaBrooy 3717 ...
www.sec.gov, 14 April 2004 [cached]
Maxwell J. LaBrooy 3717 Stonegate Lane Vice President January 1999 Powell, TN 37849
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MAXWELL J. LABROOY.From 1985 through January of 1999 Mr. LaBrooy was President of Interior Environmental Systems, Inc., a company located in Knoxville, Tennessee which was in the ceiling tile and wall application and cleaning business.Mr. LaBrooy was in charge of, and produced significant increases in domestic and international sales.During his tenure there, he setup manufacturing plants in Japan, South Korea, Canada and Mexico.He left Environmental Systems in January 1999 to become Vice President of operations for Green Dolphin Nevada.In February 2000 he was also elected Vice President of Green Dolphin Delaware.
Canada NewsWire
www.canadanewswire.com, 14 Aug 2003 [cached]
POWELL, TN, March 26 /CNW/ - Mr. Maxwell Labrooy, Vice-President of Green Dolphin Systems Corp., (OTCBB:GDLS) is pleased to announce that the Company has achieved a milestone by signing a National Service Agreement with Cracker Barrell Stores for ceiling and wall restoration.Green Dolphin through its licensed contractors will service on the average 43 stores per month and the contract will continue until July 2006.Green Dolphin is very pleased with the recent sales results and continues to meet its business objectives and will be announcing more contracts with Fortune 500 company's in the near future.Mr. Labrooy stated "this agreement to service nationally 586 stores per year with such a quality company is definitely a benchmark for Green Dolphin.
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