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Mobile Infrastructure Corporation Announces Departure of Chief Financial Officer

Mobile Infrastructure Corporation Announces Departure of Chief Financial Officer

Mobile Infrastructure Corporation (the “Company”) announced the resignation of Chief Financial Officer, J. Kevin Bland, effective 2021.

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In connection with Mr. Bland’s resignation, the Company’s Board of Directors appointed Stephanie Hogue, the Company’s current President and Secretary, to serve as the interim Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Bland’s resignation is not the result of any dispute or disagreement with the Company including any matters relating to the Company’s accounting practices or financial reporting.

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“On behalf of the Company, we want to thank Kevin for his many contributions to the Company and we wish him well in his future endeavors. We asked Kevin to remain on through the transition to provide continuity for the Company, which he graciously agreed to do,” said Manuel Chavez, Chief Executive Officer of Mobile Infrastructure Corporation. “I am confident that Stephanie and the remaining finance team will continue to provide the Company with the necessary support while continuing to execute on the ongoing evolution and re-establishment of our growth platform as we conduct our search for a new principal financial and/or accounting officer.”

The Company is engaging with an executive search firm in the search for a principal financial and/or accounting officer.

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