Dominick Crea, President of The PSP Group, Nominated for American Medal of Honor

Dominick Crea, President of The PSP Group, Nominated for American Medal of Honor

MAMARONECK, N.Y. — The American Biographical Institute’s (http://www.abiworldwide.com) governing board of editors has nominated Dominick V. Crea, founder and president of The PSP Group, (http://www.thepspgroup.com), for a 2006 American Medal of Honor for his accomplishments.

The American Biographical Institute is one of the world’s leading biographical publishers and authorities on current global achievement. A major focus of the Institute’s mission is “to uplift the accomplishments of our fellow Americans and those in other countries whose deeds are important to the world.”

Among Crea’s other recent accolades is being named 2005 Businessman of the Year by the Business Advisory Council (BAC), a group of conservative business men and women who meet with members of Congress and work to bring “common business sense” to Washington. Crea was also featured in the May/June 2006 edition of Home Business(R) magazine (http://www.homebusinessmag.com). The magazine spotlighted Crea’s success in establishing The PSP Group as a full-service payroll and professional-employer organization (PEO).

Founded seven years ago, The PSP Group services all employment-related responsibilities for client businesses and is the only company of its kind to offer live customer service 24 hours a day. Its subsidiaries, Payroll Services Plus, Inc. 1-5, offer offsite management of clients’ payroll, insurance, workers’ compensation, taxes, benefits, legalities and other administrative functions. In 2001, Crea founded another subsidiary, PSP Insurance Brokerage (http://www.thepspgroup.com/psp_benifit.html).

In addition to the American Medal of Honor nomination, Crea’s The PSP Group has earned finalist standing in the American Business Awards(SM) for Best Customer Service Organization for two years in a row. Crea is also a finalist in the ABA’s 2006 Best Executive category.

“I am proud to accept the American Medal of Honor because it also reflects the continued success of the company I am so fortunate to lead. The PSP Group’s successes are largely due to our employing the most competent, responsible and personable individuals available,” Crea said. “It is a point of pride that we are able to focus on each client’s specific needs and requirements to the extent that we do. I’m very gratified to be part of business philosophies and practices that earn prestige.”

About The PSP Group, Inc.

Founded in 1999 and based in Mamaroneck, N.Y., The PSP Group is a full-service payroll and professional-employer organization (PEO). The company is licensed in various states and operates on a nationwide basis. The PSP Group is a model of strong customer service, which has enabled its growth to be driven directly by client referrals. To learn more, visit The PSP Group at http://www.thepspgroup.com.

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