Bradshaw International Names New President

Brett BradshawBrett Bradshaw

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.--Brett Bradshaw has been named president of Bradshaw International, a leading manufacturer of kitchen tools, gadgets and bakeware, best known for its flagship brand Good Cook.

A 17-year veteran of the company, Bradshaw has been involved with all areas since joining, and for the past three years he had headed the company?s marketing, sales and sourcing departments, as well as repositioned the Good Cook brand and built the company?s private label business.

"Brett?s passion for the business and his personal drive are apparent to everyone who knows him," said Mike Rodrigue, chief executive officer. "He's earned recognition in our industry as a seasoned housewares professional. Bradshaw International owes its success to stability in their management team, and Brett?s natural progression to this new position sets us up for our continued growth."

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