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We have closed down our facility in Santa Maria and are opening a new office in Southern California. The transition should be brief, but we will have very limited phone support during this time. Our new address and phone number are below, but the quickest response to any questions or comments will come from emailing office@cessna.org. We appreciate your patience during this move.

Cessna Pilots Association
16755 Von Karman Ave, Ste 200
Irvine, CA 92606

Phone: 949-242-4535

The world's largest aviation type club
Serving Cessna owners for more than 30 years 

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October, 2007 - Cessna Pilots Association Names New Advertising Executive

Cessna Pilots Association Names New Advertising Executive

Joe Holrath, 25, of Santa Maria, California, has been named Advertising Executive for the Cessna Pilots Association. Holrath was hired as a part-time employee in February and was recently promoted to a full-time position.

His duties include selling new advertising space as well as working with existing advertisers to maximize their marketing investment in Cessna Pilots Association's membership magazine.

"Joe has been a great fit at Cessna Pilots Association, and we look forward to his growing in this position and taking on even more responsibility with our magazine in the years ahead," said Executive Director John Frank.

Prior to joining Cessna Pilots Association, Holrath worked at the United States Embassy in Bagdad for more than two years most recently as an administrative specialist employed by Kellogg Brown & Root. In this position, he maintained data bases involving security, supplies and subcontractors.

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Based in Santa Maria, California, the Cessna Pilots Association has 14,000 active members who rely on the association for technical support about their aircraft, including access to the most extensive technical library on Cessnas outside the factory.