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Daniel Pidgeon Appointed President of Home Services At Goodman Networks

Pidgeon assumes his role effective immediately, to run his operation from company's Dallas HQ

Daniel Pidgeon, President of Home Services, Goodman Networks

Goodman Networks announced today the appointment of Daniel Pidgeon as President of Home Services.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Daniel to our executive team. Daniel’s sterling professional background, prior role as Chairman of the Consumer Technology Association, and deep recognition from trade and retail organizations make him the ideal pick for the position,” said John Goodman, Executive Chairman and CEO, Goodman Networks in a statement.

Goodman Networks is a provider of premium installation services for electronics brands and retailers with over 2,000 W-2 network and electronics technicians serving customers across the nation.

“Dan’s expertise and unique understanding of customer experience, premium installation and brand promise aligns with our company’s commitment — to provide uniquely qualified, best-in-class brand experiences into customers’ homes,” Goodman added.

“Goodman Networks’ profound level of dedication to customer and brand satisfaction together with its innovative approach to customization and personalization drew me to the company,” said Pidgeon in a statement. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to further Goodman Networks’ goal of providing unmatched installation services tailored to each brand to fulfill their specific brand promise.”

Goodman Networks’ installation solution is designed to keep pace with the value of the globally recognized brands themselves. Goodman Networks uniquely adapts to a broad range of in home consumer needs across industries and products.

Daniel Pidgeon assumes his role effective immediately and will be running his operation from the company’s HQ in the greater Dallas area.

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