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Monro appoints new VP of Human Resources

Monro appoints new VP of Human Resources © Reuters.

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Monro, Inc. (NASDAQ: MNRO), a prominent automotive service and tire provider, has announced the immediate appointment of Jack Heisman to the role of Vice President of Human Resources. Heisman’s responsibilities will extend beyond Human Resources and Training to include oversight of the company’s Corporate Communications Department.

President and CEO Mike Broderick expressed confidence in Heisman’s ability to lead these departments effectively, citing his strategic mindset and emphasis on a people-first approach as key to navigating the company through its current phase of business transformation and growth.

Heisman, who has been with Monro for eight years, previously served as Corporate Counsel before advancing to Vice President of Business Development and Real Estate. In his prior role, he managed the real estate and physical assets of Monro’s 1,300 stores and directed the company’s acquisition program.

Monro, Inc., with approximately $1.3 billion in sales for fiscal 2023, continues to expand its national footprint through strategic acquisitions and the opening of new stores. The company operates around 1,300 stores with 9,000 service bays across the country, providing a range of automotive services from routine maintenance to complex vehicle repairs.

The press release also included a cautionary note regarding forward-looking statements, reminding readers that such statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to risks and uncertainties. It stated that actual results could differ materially from those projected.

This announcement is based on a press release statement from Monro, Inc. No endorsement of the company’s plans or performance is implied.

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