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Michael Glazer Named As Permanent President And CEO Of Stage Stores

Stage Stores Inc (SSI) Thursday announced that the Board of Directors of the company has appointed Michael Glazer as the permanent President as well as Chief Executive Officer of the company.

Mr Glazer has been appointed as President and CEO of the company on Interim basis on March 28, 2012. The Interim position has now been made permanent.

"Michael possesses a 37-year track record of retail industry success along with the intellectual enthusiasm and industry acumen required to lead this dynamic organization," said William Montgoris, Chairman of the Board of Stage Stores. "Given his rapid, well-received integration into the company and his familiarity with our growth and expansion strategy, it became clear the company and its shareholders would be best served by making his appointment permanent."

by RTT Staff Writer

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