Nazdar Names Richard Bowles CEO
He worked his way up the ladder after joining the company in 2002.
Nazdar (Shawnee, KS) has promoted Richard Bowles to CEO, a position he’ll combine with his current role as president, which he has held since January of 2018.
Bowles has been with Nazdar for more than 19 years, having joined the company in December of 2002 as vice president of marketing. In total, he brings more than 36 years of experience to his new role as chief executive.
His appointment coincides with Jeff Thrall stepping down as president and chief executive officer of Thrall Enterprises (TEI), the parent company of Nazdar, to become executive chairman. Dan Potts will take up the combined role of president and chief executive officer at TEI and will work with both Thrall and Bowles to oversee long-term growth plans.
For more information, visit nazdar.com.
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