Weber Names New CEO

Thomas KoosThomas Koos

PALATINE, Ill.-Grilling company Weber-Stephen Products has named Thomas Koos CEO, effective April 1. Current Weber-Stephen President and CEO Jim Stephen will become executive chairman of the company.

Koos most recently was president and CEO at Jacuzzi Brands Corporation.

"Tom's global business experience, passion for building brands and deep knowledge of our distribution channels makes him a great fit for Weber," said Stephen. "I look forward to working with Tom and our team at Weber as we continue to expand and promote our strong brand around the world."

"I am honored and excited to join the Weber team, a global barbecue pioneer and one of America's most recognized and trusted brands," said Tom Koos. "I am committed to continuing the tradition of delivering high quality products and customer service that the world has come to expect from Weber."

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