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OTB Architectural Elements, Inc.

OTB will soon be the market leader to due a high demand for its products on large commercial projects in Florida and the Carribean.

  • Stage $1M in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Other
  • Location Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded December 2003
  • Employees 25
  • Website

Company Summary

OTB Architectural Elements, Inc. (OTB) markets and manufactures a line of architectural elements that offer a cost effective substitute for natural coral stone, precast concrete and wood materials. OTB’s product line includes polyurethane resin based decorative building elements such as beams, brackets, columns, panels, shutters, kitchen cabinets, moldings and expanded polystyrene (EPS) custom architectural foam shapes of any design.


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    Cleon Frandsen
    Founder & President

    Cleon C. Frandsen, Co-founder and President, has been the key strategic and tactical contributor in growing OTB’s revenues, creating brand awareness, and developing OTB’s distinctive product line. Mr. Frandsen was responsible for the design and development of the architectural product line and its marketing efforts. Mr. Frandsen has over 30 years of sales and marketing management experience in growing start-up companies into successful multi-m

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    Jean Wroblewski

    Jean Wroblewski, Chief Financial Officer, has 20 year career experience that combines strong financial expertise with online travel businesses from start up to corporate. She was the co-founder, CFO and eventually President of World Choice Travel, Inc. for 5 years. While at World Choice Travel, she oversaw fund raising efforts and was instrumental in navigating the company through two acquisitions which resulted in ownership by

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    Lupe Garcia
    Vice President Sales

    Lupe Garcia, Vice President of Sales has over 15 years’ experience in the EPS industry. Past President and owner of Polycraft Designs, Inc. for 6 years which developed, designed and manufactured architectural decorative elements using EPS foam and lightweight pre-casted moldings. While at Polycraft, the company grew to $1M of sales targeting Florida and the Caribbean markets exporting decorative trim materials to large commercial accounts inclu