Heritage Home names Gary McCray senior VP of Designer Brand Sales
December 17, 2013,
ST. LOUIS — Heritage Home Group has named Gary McCray senior vice president of its Designer Brand Sales, a new position.
McCray was most recently president of Lane Venture, one of several companies under the Heritage Home umbrella.
In his new role with the company, McCray will report to Ira Glazer, president and CEO of Heritage Home. He also will lead the sales organization that supports the company's Henredon, Drexel Heritage, Hickory Chair, Lane Venture, Pearson and LaBarge brands.
In a statement, Glazer said, "As we begin the process of transforming Heritage Home Group into an industry leader, we are pleased to promote Gary McCray to this important position leading sales on behalf of many of our iconic brands. Gary is a well-respected industry veteran and we believe he will be very successful in this new position given his strong track record at Lane Venture."
"Our new company has a very bright future - with the operational expertise and financial resources of KPS Capital Partners, our new owner - and we are excited to build the team that will execute our growth strategy," Glazer added.
McCray said he looks forward to his new role at the company.
"I am honored to be part of Heritage Home Group and the leadership team headed by Ira Glazer," he said in a statement. "Our brands have incredible growth potential, and I am excited to build a sales organization that will enable us to most efficiently deliver our products to customers."
McCray joined Venture Furniture, one of Lane Venture's predecessors, in 1979 in the engineering and product development area. He has been president of Lane Venture since 2008 and has been involved in all areas of the business, the company said. He also serves as vice chairman of the International Casual Furniture Assn.
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