Rouleau becomes permanent ceo at Tuesday Morning

Retail Editor 2, August 21, 2013

Dallas - Five months after he was appointed interim ceo, Mike Rouleau is no longer a temporary placeholder in the job.

He will also continue to serve on the company's board of directors, which he joined in November 2012.
"I am delighted to lead Tuesday Morning -- a company that I believe, having worked here for a short time now, has tremendous potential as a value retailer," Rouleau said. "We are off to a good start, developing a company strategy, selling off merchandise that no longer fits our strategy, cleaning up our stores, and fine tuning our merchandise direction."
Rouleau most recently serving was president and ceo of Michaels Stores. Prior to that, he was executive vp of store operations for Lowe's. Before joining Lowe's, Rouleau was a co-founder 20 and president and ceo of Office Warehouse, which merged into Office Max. He spent 20 years with the Target Stores division of Dayton Hudson Corporation, from its inception in 1962, and held senior management positions during his tenure.

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