Family Dollar Elevates Flur, Pugh, Morse
By Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 10/20/2008 12:00:00 AM
Matthews, N.C. —
Neighborhood general merchandiser Family Dollar Stores has promoted three executives.
Dorlisa Flur is elevated to evp strategy and marketing.
"Understanding our customer is critical to our mission of providing customers with a compelling place to shop. We have invested significantly to know our customers better, and with Dorlisa's leadership, we have used this knowledge to develop our strategic agenda," said ceo Howard Levine. "She has been instrumental in the development of several of our key initiatives, including the launch of our cooler program, Concept Renewal and our broader re-branding effort."
Flur joined Family Dollar in 2004 as svp strategy and business development. She previously was a principal with management consulting firm McKinsey and Company.
The retailer also promoted Mtu Pugh to vp of business development and Marilyn Morse to vp of facilities.
Pugh will report to Flur. Morse will report to Keith Gehl, svp of real estate and facilities.
Pugh joined Family Dollar in 2006 as divisional vp of strategy and business development. Prior to that, he worked at McKinsey & Company.
Morse joined the company in 2006 as a divisional vp of store maintenance. Prior to that, she was a vp with Lowe's.
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