The report features the company’s focus on teammate initiatives and energy efficiency.
Joseph Tomarchio Jr., the company’s special advisor–acquisitions, retired on May 1.
The acquisitions increase Monro’s service locations to 1,303 company-owned stores across the United States.
Woodhouse will serve on the compensation committee and the audit committee.
Cindy Donovan will be responsible for developing and implementing Monro’s information technology strategy.
The Tires Now locations will operate exclusively under the ATD name and brand.
Monro reports Q4 sales are up 7.4% to $328.0 million, and comparable store sales increased 1.4%.
This marks a major milestone in the rollout of the company’s new customer-centric engagement initiatives and development of an omni-channel presence, as part of the company’s “Monro.Forward” strategy, which was launched earlier this year.
The company has announced the appointments of Jerry Alessia as senior vice president of tire merchandising and Avi Dasgupta as vice president of information technology infrastructure and data architecture.