Three experienced professionals have been added to Eby-Brown’s sales marketing teams.
Eby-Brown is poising for growth by adding three new sales and marketing executives to further the company’s growth in the convenience store distribution and food services market.
Eby-Brown is the largest privately held convenience store distributor in the U.S. with annual revenues in excess of $5 billion and services retail accounts throughout the Midwest and Southeast.
“The addition of Scott Kolat, senior vice president of Business Development, Paul Pierce, vice president of National Accounts and Christina Dokos, vice president of Marketing and Communications brings three accomplished leaders with extensive experience and intimate knowledge of the sales and marketing disciplines, all of which we will leverage as we continue to grow our organization,” said Thomas Wake, co-president of Eby-Brown.
Kolat brings more than 25 years of experience in the food services industry, most recently with U.S. Foods, where he served as director of Sales Deployment and was responsible for the integration of sales, category management and deployment.
Pierce has more than 30 years of experience, ranging from consulting in the food services industry to serving as a vice president for 7-Eleven, where he led fresh food services and also served as vice president of Marketing at Delek U.S.
Dokos has spent the last 25 years of her career in consulting and as a chief marketing officer and senior vice president for Fiserv and Accretive Health, and has been responsible for developing and implementing strategic marketing, branding and communication strategies.