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Tony Spring named President of Bloomingdale's
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Feb '08
Macy's Inc announced that Tony Spring has been named president of its New York-based Bloomingdale's division, effective immediately. Since 2005, Spring has served as Bloomingdale's senior executive vice president and director of stores, with additional responsibility for Bloomingdale's shopping services and creative services.

In his new role, Spring will be responsible for the division's stores, marketing, creative services, finance, operations and restaurants. He will continue to report to Bloomingdale's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Gould.

"As Bloomingdale's grows its presence nationally, the addition of an operating principal will provide the division with additional management resources and support," said Macy's, Inc. Vice Chair Susan D. Kronick, to whom Bloomingdale's reports.

"Tony Spring is an exceptional executive who has proven himself to be resourceful and creative in supporting growth of the Bloomingdale's brand. He and Mike Gould will represent a powerful principal team as Bloomingdale's continues to build its market presence serving the needs of fashion-forward, upscale customers coast to coast."

Spring, 43, began his career at Bloomingdale's in 1987 after graduating with a bachelor's degree from Cornell University's School of Hotel and Restaurant Management. He started as an executive trainee in the White Plains store and went on to hold various buying positions in the home furnishing area. In 1995, Spring was promoted to senior vice president for home furnishings, and two years later was named senior vice president for marketing.

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