Crave left ESA because of company sale factors, says boss

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 25 June 2008 09:44 GMT

Speaking to GI, Crave chief Michael Mass has admitted that the company’s decision to leave ESA had nothing to do with the organisation itself, but was rather motivated by an upcoming company sale.

“Crave’s departure from ESA at this juncture is not a statement against the value provided by our longstanding membership, but rather was motivated by our need to focus on the impending sale of our company,” he said.

“We will be re-evaluating our decision, hopefully in the near future. Crave still supports the goals and aims of ESA.”

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