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Ebbett joins AmCorp as Business Strategist

AmCorp Management, Inc. of Denver, Colorado, the nation’s leader in Business Expense Recovery Services, announced today that Wendell Ebbett who recently joined the company has moved back to the Southern Crescent area of Atlanta to serve as its Business Strategist effective immediately.

AmCorp Regional Director, Don Allen,Jr., stated , “ On behalf of AmCorp Management ,Inc. we are very pleased that Wendell is working with our company in his role as a Business Strategist. Wendell’s experience and abilities will provide exceptional opportunities in the future to serve AmCorp clients.”

Ebbett has over 35 years experience in marketing having worked for years in the insurance industry and more recently in residential and commercial mortgage banking. He has been recognized as a top achiever for performance and is well known and respected in this area. Wendell is a Georgia native and a graduate of the University of Georgia and ABAC. He and his wife Lucy now reside in Eastern Coweta County near Peachtree City. They previously lived in Fayetteville for 23 years and later in rural Meriwether County before returning back to the Coweta -Fayette area.

AmCorp Management has over 10,000 clients and has recovered over 700 million dollars through their highly specialized analysis services. These services include lease audits, cost segregation services, utility audits, income tax reviews, shipping audits, import-export audits, and workers compensation analysis services. AmCorp specializes in offering these valuable services to small and midsize companies as well as school systems and municipalities on a performance basis. If there is no financial gain for their clients there is no fee for this service.

Wendell is excited to be working with AmCorp Management, Inc. and he stated, “Public companies pay millions every year to have these same services performed by one of the big national accounting firms; I am glad to be working with the AmCorp team in offering our services on a performance basis to those companies, school systems and municipalities that other wise may not be able to afford it. Many companies, school systems, and public entities are struggling financially and can use every dime we can recover for them.”

For more information on AmCorp Management’s business expense recovery services please contact Wendell Ebbett. Business Strategist, 678-773-5457,


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