DALLAS –January 18, 2016 – Dallas Market Center recently announced promotions recognizing hard work and industry leadership to create more focused and efficient teams.
“Each of these industrious and resourceful individuals are invaluable members of our team,” Cindy Morris president and CEO of Dallas Market Center said. “They play an important leadership role in the growth of our core business and they will continue to support our marketplace momentum in their new roles.”
Four vice presidents were announced, creating industry leads within the marketing division and enabling more strategic and nimble teams.
Amy Harper, now vice president of marketing, apparel & accessories, will play an important part in growing and maintaining the fashion business across all major categories.
Michael Bauer, now vice president of marketing, home & design, will continue to elevate Dallas Market Centers’ key relationships among home décor retailers, manufacturers, and interior designers.
Richard Wisnieski, now vice president of marketing, gift, will maintain relationships with key gift manufactures and exhibitors as well as oversee gift buyer relations.
Meredith King, now vice president of major stores & events, will develop and expand critical partnerships with major stores and buying groups and ensure key buyers experience an elevated event experience at market.
In addition to these announcements, Dallas Market Center elevated three company veterans to senior vice president roles including Donna Foster, in human resources, Bob Storer in protective services and Jeff Bachman in information technology. Two new senior directors, Ron Fuller in lease administration and Ruthie Tezeno in business services, were also promoted.
For a complete list of events, visit the Dallas Market Center website or download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all market information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
About Dallas Market Center
Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.