IGA restructures U.S. field team

May 2005
Progressive Grocer;5/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that International Grocers Association (IGA), an international voluntary supermarket network, is restructuring its U.S. field service personnel in preparation for growth in the business. Responsibilities handled by William Benzing, chief growth officer at IGA, in line with the restructuring initiative; Retailers to be supported by service personnel Bill Overman; Areas to be served by service personnel Shane Maue, Michael Abney, and Jim Tooms.


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