At Home Names Ashley Sheetz Chief Marketing Officer

Was chief marketing officer for Sally Beauty
January 26, 2017Press Release

AtHomestorefrontPLANO, Texas, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- At Home Group Inc. (NYSE: HOME ), the home décor superstore, today announced Ashley Sheetz has been named Chief Marketing Officer.

"Ashley's extensive retail experience leading dynamic, consumer-driven digital marketing programs makes her the perfect candidate to take At Home's marketing initiatives to the next level," said Lee Bird , President and Chief Executive Officer of At Home. "We are excited to welcome an executive with her expertise to the team as we continue to execute on our growth strategy and introduce more consumers to the endless decorating possibilities of At Home."

Prior to Sally Beauty, Ms. Sheetz held a variety of marketing leadership roles at GameStop before being appointed Chief Marketing Officer in 2012. She previously held various roles at leading advertising agencies including TracyLocke, TM Advertising and Publicis, where she had the opportunity to develop and execute marketing strategy for large brands including American Airlines, Omni Hotels, TXU Energy, Texas Lottery Commission, Susan G. Komen and TGI Friday's.

Brand Innovators , "Top CMO of North Texas " by D CEO and "Top 500 Business Executives" by D Magazine.





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