Slater Named CEO of Nielsen Bainbridge Group
August 21, 2012,
AUSTIN, Texas-Framing industry veteran Scott Slater has been appointed CEO of the new Nielsen Bainbridge Group, maker of Nielsen Bainbridge, Burnes, and Pinnacle frames and albums. He succeeds Bob Kroll, who recently announced his retirement.
"This is an exciting time for the Nielsen Bainbridge Group," Slater said in a statement. "With three of the industry's leading brands--Nielsen Bainbridge, Burnes, and Pinnacle--we have unparalleled product development and sourcing capabilities along with a world-class management team. We are well-positioned to lead the market and grow into a global force."
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