Rossler Named Tuesday Morning COO

DALLAS-Tuesday Morning has appointed John Rossler executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective immediately.

The move puts Rossler in charge of the closeout retailer's store operations and supply chain, as well as giving him input into its retail strategy. Brady Churches, president and CEO, described Rossler as "precisely the operational expert we need to help execute Tuesday Morning's revitalization."

Rossler has been serving as an executive adviser to Tuesday Morning since October 2012. Prior to that, he was a principal at Pivotal Strategies, providing consulting services to small and mid-size businesses.

Before joining Pivotal Strategies, Rossler served as president and CEO of Retail Ventures, a holding company of retail businesses that, at the time, included DSW, Filene's Basement and Value City Department Stores.

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