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Hancock Fabrics names Stacey Gross as VP, eCommerce

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Apr '10
Hancock Fabrics, Inc., a leading specialty store retailer, announced that Stacey Gross has joined the Company as Vice President, eCommerce. In this role, Ms. Gross will be responsible for all aspects of internet store merchandising, marketing and operations, and will report to Jane Aggers, Chief Executive Officer.

"We are delighted to welcome Stacey to Hancock Fabrics," Aggers said. "Her broad internet-ecommerce experience will enable us to deliver the value, quality and style our customers expect, along with on-line convenience. As a key member of our leadership team, Stacey will play a significant role as we further our efforts to take a more integrated, multi-channel approach to serving our customers and building our business."

Ms. Gross is a seasoned ecommerce merchant with more than 15 years of experience. Prior to joining Hancock Fabrics, Stacey was the Director of Ecommerce Merchandising and Operations at Oriental Trading Company. Prior, she was with The Bombay Company as Director of Internet Operations and KBtoys.com as Director-Merchandising and Business Operations.

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