TriMark’s Southern Region has announced nine key appointments after recently posting the strongest month in its history.
The dealer recorded its highest ever monthly sales in September and has since continued to break performance records week after week.
The Southern region continues to position itself for future growth and has made fundamental organizational changes to support its plans.
Tony Whaley has been named vice president of operations – national accounts in a role that will see him continuing to lead operations while managing the company’s segments for key accounts.
Sarah Clark joined TriMark in 2008 and spent 10 years developing a multi-functional foodservice design team. Her promotion to VP of E360 (customer and employee engagement) comes with a variety of responsibilities, including growing talent and leadership for the Southern Region, developing marketing design and social media management, and driving employee engagement incentives.
Brad Herdon, who has been with TriMark for nine years in several technology-facing roles, steps up to become VP of IT.
Another long servant, Lisa Brock, who has been with the company for 15 years, has been named VP of operations – non-chain, while Bruce Sills is VP of new stores, remodels, licensee locations (NRL) for Chick-fil-a (CFA).
Elsewhere, Elizabeth Simpson has named regional VP of sales and operations – CFA, while Chris Hill is the company’s new VP of finance. Justin Curtis becomes director of purchasing and Shane Milling becomes regional VP of sales.