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camping goods and other outdoors products in the western U.S., and that this will help all the stores achieve new and better returns Admitted the experience of running a store would be a new challenge, but he felt it was something he could handle Greer, Shauna Described herself as dedicated, loyal, and ambitious Wanted to use the management of the flagship as a way to work into the central corporate function, because she believes she has executive potential Feels that her experiences within Tanglewood have taught her to “grab the brass ring,” meaning that she thinks she needs to make things happen rather than waiting for change. Renoir, Maxine Believes that her combined experience both within Tanglewood and outside Tanglewood make her an especially good candidate Her experience taught her the importance of securing a unique market segment and really concentrating your efforts in that market Described managing the flagship store as a “dream job” Binghome, Bruce Reported that he had a very positive experience with Tanglewood and believe that he was an excellent fit for the c ompany’s culture Said that his desire to switch locations was based primarily on the opportunities that the flagship location seemed like the best place for an achievement oriented manager in Tanglewood to go Was especially interested in the opportunity to engage in promotional work, which he hasn’t been able to do as much as he’d like Yorn, John Described himself as a maverick and freethinker who could shake things up for Tanglewood Explained how the current business model for Tanglewood could be enhanced by merging the outdoors theme with a technological theme Said that although his experience was unusual for a position like a retail store manager, he knew that he could accomplish great things within Tanglewood Thomas, Mindy Said she was ready for a change to standard retail management after years of working as a coordinator Especially felt that her people skills were not being adequately utilized in his old position, and said “I really do manage people well.” Said that it would be exciting to manage someplace like the flagship for such a major retail presence Vacarri, Brenda Felt that Tanglewood was a great career option because her current employer provided her with no further opportunities for growth Described the Tanglewood corporate culture as “organic, people focused, and open to new possibilities” Described former employer in positive terms; said she was sorry to go but needed new opportunities Reznor, Thomas Explained his switch from marketing positions: wants to be closer to the actual sales environment and focus less on creating advertising information Believes his marketing background is actually a strength, because he has ideas for how to improve the presence of Tanglewood’s flagship store as a marketing tool Expressed optimism about the compan y’s future and said he was eager to get to work Durvall, Adam
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