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Tom Park Leaves Sears Holdings To Become CEO Of Incipio Group

Most recently served as president of Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard

Incipio Group has named former Sears Holdings exec Tom Park its new CEO.

Park, who most recently served as a president of Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard, joins the accessory manufacturer during a busy period for the category. Incipio owns the Griffin Technology, Incase, Clamcase and Tavik+ brands, and it recently sold off the Braven brand to Zagg.

Park joined Sears during a period in which the retailer was trialing its own line of smart-home devices. While the chain eventually discontinued the effort, he also led the charge of further maximizing the Kenmore brand, including bringing Kenmore-branded appliances to Amazon and licensing it overseas.

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More recently, Parks saw his Sears portfolio diminishing with the sale of Craftsman to Stanley Black & Decker last January, and the potential purchase of Kenmore by Sears’ chairman, CEO and chief investor Eddie Lampert.

Prior to Sears, Park held a variety positions with Belkin International, including within its Linksys division, and he was also the president of The Disney Stores.

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