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Kevin P. Huber
Member, Board of Directors

Kevin Huber is President and CEO of The Grupe Company and represents the Maxwell Family Trust, a major Game Ready shareholder. During the The Grupe Company’s 30-year history, it has created over 50 communities, including building 25,000 for-sale and rental housing units, developing 5,000 lots for other builders in their master-planned communities, and developing in excess of two million square feet of office, commercial, and storage space with a total value in excess of $2 billion. The company actively manages residential and commercial assets valued at more than $500,000,000.

The long-term appeal of these properties has been enhanced by the 400 acres of lakes, water features, golf courses, a 625 covered slip marina, wildlife habitats, schools, parks and open space, and creative land planning with environmental sensitivity—in eight states from California and Colorado to Georgia and Florida. The Grupe Company’s present emphasis is the development of amenity oriented master-planned communities, new apartment communities, and self-storage facilities in the Western United States.

Kevin also is President and CEO of Grupe Commercial Company, which manages over 400,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space. Grupe Commercial is also the developer of the 102-acre University Park redevelopment project in downtown Stockton, and a 60-acre highway commercial development at Interstate 5 and Highway 12. This company is not a subsidiary of Grupe, and is separately owned.

Kevin joined Grupe in 1986. He is a graduate of the University of the Pacific’s Eberhardt School of Business, a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, the San Joaquin Partnership, the Urban Land Institute, the Building Industry Association of the Delta, and is the past Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Eberhardt School of Business.

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