Boyer Coffee Names Former Walmart Exec Its CEO

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Denver coffee distributor Boyer Coffee Co. has named Mark Goodman its new CEO and president, the Denver Business Journal reports. Goodman has been a professional with Evergreen Mergers & Acquisitions. He previously held various executive positions with Walmart Stores Inc.’s Sam’s Club division, McDonald’s Corp., EZ Lube Inc. and the Save-A-Lot grocery chain. At one time he was an economic and foreign policy adviser to the late U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy.

“Mark brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our company,” Pamela Boyer, daughter of company founder William Boyer Sr., said in a statement earlier this week.

“My father’s wishes were that we find a professional executive that could lead Boyer Coffee to the next level of growth. We are confident that with Mark we have found the right leader to do just that. Mark brings new energy and insights to our team and shares our passion for serving customers and developing deep and long-lasting retail relationships.”

Boyer Coffee, which does business as Boyer’s Coffee, was founded in 1965. The company services the retail, office and online markets and operates a store at 7295 N. Washington St. in Denver.



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