Gott Pet Products, a family-owned company that manufactures Charlee Bear natural dog treats and Hound & Gatos natural food for pets, is pleased to announce that Gina Schlueter has been named Brand Manager.
Schlueter, who previously served as Inside Sales and Customer Care Representative for the company, will oversee all customer service and warehousing operations. As part of her new role, she will work hand-in-hand with distributors and dealers to expand each brand’s business with them. Additionally, Schlueter will be responsible for running internal reports and data analyses, providing insights and predictions on potential development with current partners, and conducting other reporting tactics to further support the sales team’s growth. She will also be taking on new side projects to build brand awareness, including organizing monthly subscription boxes to get their products into the hands of potential new consumers.
“Gina has proven to be an integral member of our company, and we’re thrilled to have her taking on new responsibilities,” commented Rob Cadenhead, General Manager of Gott Pet Products. “A dynamic and driven team player, she knows our brands inside and out. Not only is she great at building customer relationships, but she is constantly finding ways to improve internal processes and increase our footprint in the market.”
Schlueter, who joined Gott Pet Products in 2019, is a long-time dog enthusiast and is well versed in logistics and supply chain management. She has years of customer service and supervisor experience and was recently recognized as a Certified Continuous Improvement Manager by the Management and Strategy Institute. In her off hours, she enjoys spending time with her family and puppy named Pacer.
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