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The “How to Build an Above Ground Pool Deck” eBook, its bonuses, the website and its newsletter are published by Rugosa Enterprises, LLC.

Our company is a research and online information publishing group specifically geared toward helping people solve everyday problems. These problems can be those involved with building an above ground pool deck or any number of other solutions for which people are searching the Internet without finding many relevant answers.

Your needs and active searching, your submitted questions and topics, and our diverse experience and interests provide the wide range of possibilities of our subjects.

Paul Ottaviano, General Manager.

Paul is responsible for the day-to-day running of Rugosa Enterprises LLC and the management and coordination of its associates, affiliates, researchers, writers, and editors. He has experience in the startup and running of his own businesses, working for a home improvement center, and has also worked for large corporations like Wells Fargo & Co.

Paul has experience in sales, internet marketing, and financial services and is especially skilled at finding practical solutions for his customers. He finds enjoyment in being self-reliant and creative, which goes a long way in explaining why he thought this website would be fun and useful. He spends his free time cycling, reading, and enjoying sports.

Richard Ottaviano, Publisher.

Rich brings 35 years of corporate experience to Rugosa Enterprises LLC. A senior executive in Fortune 100 and 500 firms, he is the founder of 4 companies, has served on seven boards of directors and is also currently the Chairman and Co-CEO of a Management Consulting firm Inside Out Solutions, Inc.

Rich is particularly skilled in business operations and specializes in focused problem solving. He is a student of investing and is currently teaching himself to play the ukulele and speak Italian.

Harriet Ottaviano, Chief Editor.

Harriet’s organizational experience is primarily as a director with the Girl Scouts of the USA. She has been active in the arena of non-profit youth and family service agencies for over 25 years. She was a columnist and photographer for a local newspaper and worked in the press center for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

Harriet is a certified instructor and visitor for the American Camp Association. She enjoys distance running, skiing, learning about roses, and working the NY Times Crossword Puzzle.