Paul Moody will now take the lead on enmarket’s recently launched rebranding campaign.
Savannah, Ga.-based enmarket has announced that Paul Moody has joined the company of convenience stores as Vice President.
In his new position, Moody will provide oversight to store operations and will lead the branding change, which was launched in 2015, and is now in progress at enmarket’s 61 locations in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. The rebranding will emphasize the company’s increased emphasis on fresh food and healthy snacks.
“Paul will be a tremendous asset to our organization,” said Ryan Chandler, vice president of business development at Colonial Group Inc. “He’s a collaborative, driven leader with deep industry experience who focuses on the development of his team first and foremost. We’re pleased to have him on board.”
Most recently serving as the vice president of operations and marketing at Road Ranger USA, Moody was previously a division vice president at The Pantry Inc. dba Kangaroo Express. He was also a former board member of the North Florida MS Society and leading fundraiser for “Give Kids the World” in Kissimmee, Fla.
“I am honored to be joining a leading retailer in the Southeast,” Moody stated. “Enmarket has great energy and a great vision for the future. I look forward to bringing my experience to the company. Collectively, we will be focusing on the most important things for our teams and our customers to set enmarket apart from our competition.”
Moody attended the University of Maine at Augusta as well as the Elkins Institute in Dallas, Texas. Currently residing in St. Johns, Fla., he and his wife, Pam, have three children: Sara (25), Noah (24) and Paxton (13).