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Weis Markets promotes Paul Stombaugh to VP/corporate controller

BY Michael Johnsen

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets on Thursday promoted Paul Stombaugh to VP/corporate controller. 

Stombaugh will take on an expanded role in the company’s decision support and its strategic development. He also will continue to oversee its financial accounting and reporting functions, internal controls, treasury and budgets, Weis reported. He will continue to report to Scott Frost, SVP and CFO.

Prior to joining the company in 2010, Stombaugh worked in several progressive management roles at Foot Locker’s financial center. He is a graduate of York College of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA from Penn State University.

 

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Duck Tape features pop music group on new tape print

BY Jason Owen

AVON, Ohio — ShurTech Brands, makers of Duck Tape, announced today a new Duck Tape print featuring the pop music group One Direction.

The company’s latest print comes amidst a rebranding effort to turn the everyday household item into a high-ticket impulse buy at retailers with broad consumer appeal. As DSN recently reported, Duck Tape was featured on an episode of the fashion design show Project Runway, where contestants chose from more than 150 varieties of Duck Tape to create a clothing design using material other than fabrics.

The new One Direction print features the band’s logo, as well as individual, Polaroid-style images of the band’s five group members.

One Direction Duck Tape is available at retailers nationwide.

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Report: Walgreens’ flagship location in Boston seeking final licensures for April opening

BY Michael Johnsen

BOSTON — The Boston Licensing Board will decide whether Walgreens’ flagship store at School and Washington streets, expected to open its doors in April, can sell fresh merchandise like sushi, smoothies and coffee around the clock, according to a report published Wednesday by Universal HUB

The licensing board also will consider allowing a 42-seat patio overlooking the Irish Famine Memorial. The patio, however, would not be 24-hours and would instead close at 11 p.m. 

According to the report, the food-serving license is the last major city approval the new Walgreens needs before it opens.

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