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The Fresh Market Announces Company Promotions

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Greensboro, North Carolina-based The Fresh Market has announced two key promotions for team members at its corporate office.

Effective immediately, the following people are serving in their new roles:

  • Peter Mayes has been promoted to group VP of merchandising. Mayes previously served as meat and seafood director. In his new role, he will continue to oversee the meat and seafood, as well as taking on new functions and direct reports from supply chain, visual merchandising and the company’s pricing team.
  • The company has promoted Wade Yenny to VP, center store, having previously served as director of grocery merchandising. In this new role, Yenny will oversee grocery, dairy and frozen foods, as well as take on space planning and bulk, candy coffee.

“These promotions are a recognition of the hard work and contributions employees have made to The Fresh Market,” said Dan Portnoy, CMO. “We look forward to their continued contributions in the years to come.”

The Fresh Market operates 160 stores in 22 states across the U.S. The grocer also recently launched its new rewards program for customers: the Ultimate Loyalty Experience. Members will receive rewards and exclusive savings on high quality products. To learn more about The Fresh Market’s loyalty program from The Shelby Report, click here.

For more information, visit thefreshmarket.com.

The Fresh Market was recently named The Shelby Report of the Southeast’s Innovater of the Year. To view the full section, click here.

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