Arteriors Names Steve Davis President

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DALLAS--Arteriors has appointed Steve Davis as president, succeeding Rich Beckert, who has been interim president since March 2011.

With more than 20 years of organization management experience in technology, marketing and corporate retail environments, Davis has served in multiple executive positions where he managed large-scale transformations, rapid growth, merger integration, operational improvement and best practices, a release said. He was most recently COO at Success Partners LLC, a leading marketing services company. He has also served as executive vice president and COO of e-Rewards Market Research, a global leader in online market research services, and as senior vice president or executive vice president at SOURCECORP and Michaels Stores. He spent his early career at IBM.

"Steve's considerable knowledge of process improvement, strategy formulation and customer-focused innovation make him a vital addition to Arteriors during this period of growth and expansion," said MarkMoussa, CEO and founder of Arteriors. "I feel strongly that he exemplifies Arteriors' core values and will do a great job in carrying the Arteriors culture forward."

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