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Atlanta -- LaVida Massage said Wednesday it has named Duane Goodwin and Terry Sharp as Master Developers in the state of Georgia.
Goodwin and Sharp, both former Home Depot senior executives based in Atlanta, will be charged with spearheading the regional growth and the development of several centers in Atlanta and throughout Georgia.
LaVida’s development throughout Georgia is part of a consistent and strategic plan being implemented by the brand, which includes concentrated market expansion and growth in key market sectors throughout the U.S. and Canada, according to the company.
With two centers currently operating in Georgia, Sharp and Goodwin will double LaVida’s presence in Georgia by the end of 2011 with plans for further expansion into 2012.
Goodwin was previously VP merchandising-hardware for Home Depot and Sharp was VP human resources.