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Summer Classics and Gabby Add Greg Goetcheus as EVP, Business Development

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Gabriella White, parent company to Summer Classics and Gabby, leaders in the indoor and outdoor furniture industry, today announced that retail veteran Greg Goetcheus has assumed the position of EVP of Business Development. Goetcheus has more than 25 years of experience in retail merchandising, operations and services, and will ensure successful execution of the company’s vision through leadership of the wholesale retail, contract, private label and e-commerce channels.

Greg Goetcheus.

“As we continue to push our brands’ products through multiple channels, Greg’s proven success in driving growth and a consistent customer experience through sustainable process and operations makes him a perfect fit for this key position,” said William White, president of Gabriella White. “I am excited about the possibilities that lie ahead for our company, and look forward to working with Greg as we stay committed to continuing to deliver outstanding products and service to our customers.”

Goetcheus has an accomplished background with both Fortune 50 and high-growth entrepreneurial companies. He spent 14 years at Home Depot across multiple departments and most recently led the merchandising capital projects as part of the In-Store Environment team. Previously he was vice president of Operations for Home Depot’s subsidiary kitchen and bathroom remodeling business.

www.summerclassics.com

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