Former Midwest-CBK Exec Stewart Launches TStewart Enterprises

BRENTWOOD, Tenn.-Industry veteran Terry Stewart has founded a consulting firm, TStewart Enterprises, offering companies expertise in sales focus, structure, organization and operations strategy, management and marketing. This comes after Stewart spent 10 years at CBK, now Midwest-CBK, most recently as executive vice president of sales, Midwest-CBK.

Overall, Stewart has more than 35 years of experience in sales, marketing and senior management in the public as well as the private sector, and has a strong network of people from which he can draw, he told HFN. The new company can supplement companies' existing management team, provide interim management services or serve as a third-party consultant in the areas of management, sales strategy and structure, marketing and product placement strategy. In addition, a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Midwest-CBK is "a great company," Stewart told HFN, "but I wanted to start my own business, and now is a great time to do it. I love being around people and businesses." He officially launched the company during the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market. The response he received from people at market "exceeded my expectations."

He can be reached at 615-751-8050 or 877-217-0115. The company's website is

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