Creative Co-Op Names Schermann SVP, Sales

MEMPHIS, Tenn.-Garry Schermann has joined Creative Co-Op as senior vice president of sales, a newly created position.

Schermann, whose experience includes senior sales management roles at both Colonial Candle, and most recently at tag, will be responsible for the full sales function across both independent retailers and national accounts. He reports to Lee Wang, executive vice president.

"We are thrilled to have Garry on board to help guide us through the next evolution of our company," Wang said. "Although we have grown tremendously over the last several years, we have never been more excited about our future prospects as we enter what will be an extremely transformational period for our industry. Garry brings a great depth of experience and intelligence that only strengthens our ability to adapt and grow."

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