Executives Shifting at hhgregg

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Indianapolis-based hhgregg Inc. (NYSE: HGG) has made changes to several key leadership positions. The moves continue a year of great change at the top, including the February resignation of Chief Executive Officer Dennis May and the recent announcement of Robert Riesbeck as new CEO.

Riesbeck says "we have assembled a strong senior executive team that will build and maintain momentum to achieve our company's growth and profitability goals. We are excited to have attracted talented leaders who will focus on revenue, margin and operational proficiencies. Of particular note are the new Merchandising and Marketing executives in roles of vital importance to our success. We look forward to the accomplishments this team will achieve."

The moves include:

Former Vice President of Marketing Chris Sutton is now senior vice president of marketing.

Former LG Electronic USA Director of Sales Andrew Terry is now senior vice president of merchandising for appliances.

Former Pier 1 Imports Divisional Merchandise Manager Mabelle Lim is now vice president of merchandising for home décor.

Former Groupon Divisional Merchandise Manager Matt Phillips is now senior vice president of merchandising for electronics.

The company currently has 226 stores in 20 states.

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