Aug 7, 2018
TDI Brands Appoints Division Manager

Tierra-Derco International (TDI Brands) has appointed a key management position. Bob Willard has joined the company as Stone Age Creations Division Manager.

Willard’s focus will be on leading and managing the Stone Age Creations division and developing new business opportunities and sales growth of the division through existing and new customers and new markets, including landscape contractors and municipalities. Stone Age Creations currently supplies natural stone statuary to the garden industry.

Prior to joining TDI Brands, Willard was field manager for JMI Reports, where he led a team of over 80 property inspectors in 4 states.  He has over 15 years of experience in various leadership roles. Willard graduated from University of Akron with a degree in Business Management.

“As TDI Brands continues to expand and grow, we have recognized the need for more focused leadership in certain areas of our business, specifically with our Stone Age Creations division. Bob brings a fresh perspective to the company and is an effective leader with tremendous knowledge and experience in customer relations, team building, and process improvement. He is an analytical thinker with great passion and initiative. Bob clearly displays our 5 Traits of Success and embraces TDI Brands’ values and beliefs. His ability to drive company results and build a team will be major assets to our Stone Age Creations brand,” stated Mike Bartley, general manager of TDI Brands.

“I am excited to join the TDI family as a Division Manager for Stone Age Products. It’s exciting to work with such a dedicated group of people that of been with the organization for so long and to represent a beautiful, high quality product.  I look forward to meeting the whole TDI team, customers and strategic partners in the coming weeks and months.” Willard commented.


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