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Gammon Named Cap America CEO

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Mark Gammon, currently Cap America president and COO, has been appointed CEO for the organization. Gammon will assume the new role on January 1, 2022, the start of their new fiscal year. Cap America is a global organization employing 400 people.

Gammon succeeds founder and current CEO Phil Page, who after thorough succession planning is transitioning to chairman of the board for the company. The board members include Phil Page, Mary Page, Mark Gammon, Jon Page, Cory Cissell, Curt Carr and Wes Royer.

“I am honored to assume this role and grateful to Phil for his influence and guidance through this process,” says Gammon. “It has been an incredible five years. We are well-positioned to expand opportunities for our clients and associates moving forward. This is a terrific opportunity that any leader would welcome.”

“We are delighted that Mark has accepted this position,” adds Phil Page. “His deep industry knowledge combined with the critical competencies evaluated for the selection of the position confirm our decision in his appointment. He has a proven track record of building high-performing teams and can take justifiable pride in where the company stands today.”

In another recent personnel move at Cap America, Grace Schettler has been promoted to VP–sales, responsible for establishing and developing territories, analyzing market statistics, directing staff training and evaluating the Cap America sales division. Schettler joined the Cap America team in 2017 as national sales manager and was promoted to director of sales, leading a rep force of multi-line reps in both the ASI and sporting goods industries. She will report to  Gammon.

Cap America was founded in 1985 and is now one of the largest importers of headwear. Products include in-stock, custom overseas, camouflage, and USA made knit products.

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