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Alex Miller, president of Daymon Worldwide, Inc. has resigned after 30 years with the company. The news was revealed yesterday morning by Daymon co-founder and chairman Milt Sender during the company’s quarterly conference call. Under Miller’s leadership, Daymon expanded its European business, and recently made a major acquisition.
According to Daymon, Miller chose to resign to spend more time with his family and friends, as well as to personal interests.
Daymon board member, adviser, educator and former customer Allan Noddle has agreed to act as interim president, while Sender will remain chairman and CEO. As well as having pursued his own illustrious career in the grocery industry, which included stints as president and CEO of Giant-Carlisle and CEO of Ahold USA Support Services, Noddle is the brother of retiring Supervalu CEO Jeff Noddle. “The company is looking forward to producing great results for our supplier partners and customers and is very optimistic that private brands will continue to flourish,” said Sender.
Noddle will also work with Sender and the board to appoint a permanent president in the near future, the company said.
Stamford, Conn.-based Daymon specializes in the sales and marketing of private brand consumer products and consumer marketing events. The company serves over 4,000 manufacturers of food and all types of private brand products.