Lowe's Ups Bridgeford, Damron to New Posts
April 20, 2012,
MOORESVILLE, N.C.-Lowe's has promoted Gregory Bridgeford to chief customer officer and Rick Damron to chief operating officer.
Bridgeford, previously executive vice president of business development, has now assumed charge over customer-experience design, merchandising, marketing and communications, digital interfaces and pricing and promotion. Damron, who was executive vice president of store operations, is now responsible for store operations, sales and service fulfillment, product fulfillment, real estate and facilities, and loss prevention and safety. Both executives report directly to Robert Niblock, chairman, president and CEO.
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