BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., March 13, 2014 — The Detroit Symphony Orchestra Board of Trustees has elected Matthew B. Lester as the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Lester was the board’s unanimous choice for the position which was previously held by Michael J. Keegan.
Matthew Lester is the founder and CEO of Princeton Enterprises LLC, a privately held, local real estate investment firm based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. During the economic and real estate downturn in 2008, Mr. Lester was able to sustain and grow his company while many others real estate organizations failed. Princeton Enterprises now has over 525 employees, overseeing 105 properties and 18,500 individual apartment units in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina.
His expertise with his company and love of the arts has made Mr. Lester an easy choice for the title of Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
“I am excited and honored to take on the role of Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the DSO since it is truly one of the great orchestras in the world and an icon in the City of Detroit,” said Lester. “I look forward to working with the distinguished group that makes up the trustees of the DSO. Music lovers and anyone just have to attend a concert or DSO event to feel the joy and lasting effect of our beloved orchestra. “
For information regarding the DSO contact 313-576-5100 or 3711Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 48201.
For more information regarding Matthew B. Lester and Princeton Enterprises contact Michele Dreer at 248-683-2500 or email@example.com.
Princeton Enterprises, L.L.C. located in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., is a premier real estate acquisition, development, and property management company that enjoys one of the finest reputations for successfully acquiring, repositioning and operating a diverse portfolio of real estate assets. Founded in 1994 by Matthew B. Lester, the company has grown to more than 525 employees, overseeing 105 properties and 18,500 individual apartment units in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina.