The addition of income from Progressive Holdings LLC, as well as the elimination of expenses related to the April 2014 purchase of Progressive, propelled strong profit growth at Aaron’s Inc.
Aaron's said that David L. Buck has been named COO. Ken Butler, age 60, will be retiring as COO after a 39-year career at Aaron's effective May 1.
Aaron's, a lease-to-own, announced the recent opening of a combined 32 new company-operated and franchised stores in 17 different states and two Canadian provinces.
Aaron Brothers has launched its new prototype, opening a store in West Hollywood, Calif. (and another in Woodland Hills).
Aaron’s said it is opening five of its lease-to-own stores in the Midwest, south and on the East Coast.
Aaron's announced that R. Charles Loudemilk, Sr., chairman of the board of directors, will retire mid-September after founding and building Aaron's, which in now in its 57th year of operation.