Former hhgregg CEO Lands New Gig

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May left hhgregg in February after 17 years with the company. May left hhgregg in February after 17 years with the company.

The former chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based hhgregg Inc. (NYSE: HGG) has a new job. Dennis May, who left the electronics and appliance retailer in February, has been appointed CEO of children's health care provider Hopebridge.

Hopebridge says May will lead the charge to expand services for children and families facing challenges related to autism and other chronic childhood conditions. The provider has clinics throughout Indiana, and says it plans to expand in multiple space to meet the increasing needs of affected families.

May became involved with Hopebridge while serving on its board. In a release, he said, "From my first exposure to Hopebridge, I have been impressed with the range of services offered and the unique coordinated care plan that helps improve the quality of life of every person touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). I am thrilled to have this opportunity and to use my experience to help accelerate our expansion."

May left hhgregg in February after 17 years with the company. He became CEO in 2009.

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