Hancock & Moore Promotes Joy Bailey and Andy Coffey to Vice President Roles

Press Release, April 20, 2017

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Hickory, NC—Hancock & Moore, a leader in high-end, leather furnishings, announced the promotion of two key associates, Joy Bailey and Andy Coffey. Both have been promoted to Vice President.

Joy Bailey has worked at Hancock & Moore for over thirty-four years most recently as Production Manager. A graduate of CVCC with an Associates Degree in Business Administration and Accounting, Joy will report directly to COO for Rock House Farm Family of Brands, Kevin Boyle. She is married to Johnny Bailey and they have two children.

Andy Coffey joined Hancock & Moore in July 2003 as Controller. Prior to working at Hancock & Moore, Andy worked in public accounting in tax and audit. A graduate of Appalachian State with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Andy received his CPA license in 1998. He will report directly to CFO of Rock House Farm Family of Brands, Brandon Hucks. Currently living in Bethlehem, Andy is married to Jessica Coffey with four young children.

“We are excited to be able to promote both Joy and Andy into these leadership positions for the company,” said Alex Shuford, III, CEO for Rock House Farm Family of Brands, parent company of Hancock & Moore. “Joy’s knowledge of Hancock & Moore’s operation has earned the respect of the entire organization. Andy’s financial acumen and leadership have proven invaluable to the company both before and during the acquisition. Both are assets to our team and will ensure continued success for the company.”


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