Fetch Expands Teams to Meet Multifamily Package Demands

Fetch, the first and only off-site package management solution for apartment communities, today announced new expansions of its sales and operational leadership teams to keep pace with the escalating demands that e-commerce has placed on multifamily operators.

Joe Summers, founder of Synergy Multifamily Advisers and former Chief Revenue Officer at PrintWithMe, will be joining Fetch as Vice President of Sales. Summers, a self-described multifamily lifer and tech geek, brings more than 20 years of enterprise multifamily and proptech expertise to his role leading the national sales efforts to further expand Fetch’s footprint. Joe currently serves on the advisory boards at both Ancillary Services Management (ASM) and Pristeem.

Also joining Fetch is Eric Reuther, who will serve as Director of Safety. Reuther most recently worked as team leader of safety services at Disney California Adventure Park and Downtown Disney. Prior to that, he spent four years at Amazon as Regional Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager. Eric holds a Master’s of Public Health with a concentration in occupational safety from University of South Florida.

“Fetch is in a very unique position as it is re-defining the last mile delivery process for apartment residents, which requires a unique warehouse and safety infrastructure,” said Reuther. “I am excited to implement long-term, sustainable safety actions that protect all of our team members – from warehouse teams to delivery drivers.”

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