GuildMaster Announces Leadership Change

GuildmasterSPRINGFIELD, Mo.-GuildMaster announced today the resignation of Steve Crowder, CEO and president of the company.

GuildMaster said it has retained Randy Eller of Eller Enterprises to work with the company as a consultant on a temporary basis. Eller's first task will be to work with the management staff of GuildMaster to evaluate the company's current position and consider all strategic options for the company's growth moving forward. Additionally, he will immediately begin the search and recruitment process for a permanent CEO for the company.

"I'm excited to have GuildMaster as a client and the opportunity to help the GuildMaster management team move forward and find a new permanent leader," Eller said. "GuildMaster is well known for its unique, well-made products. With the right investments I believe GuildMaster can be a leader in the industry."

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