Hoffmann appointed chairman and CEO of Mammoth Holdings LLC
ATLANTA — According to a company press release, David Hoffmann has been appointed chairman and CEO of Mammoth Holdings LLC.
“This is one of the most exciting days in Mammoth’s history,” said Gary Dennis, Mammoth’s co-founder who served as chairman and chief executive officer of Mammoth prior to Hoffmann’s appointment. “Dave is an extraordinary executive and is the right person to take Mammoth to a new level of operational excellence and scale. He has a keen appreciation for Mammoth’s unique operator-focus, and we know he will do great things at Mammoth like he did at Dunkin’ and McDonald’s.”
Dennis will assume the new role of vice chairman going forward and will focus on acquisitions and special projects.
“I’m honored to be assuming the role of chairman and CEO from Gary Dennis, who has done a remarkable job,” said Hoffmann. “I’m excited to build on Mammoth’s successful operator-focused strategy and see many opportunities to leverage the experience I’ve had working with franchisees and owner-operators to elevate service and build consumer loyalty.
“The carwash model is prime for disruption. The Mammoth team has built a foundation from which we will launch an industry-leading customer service model to spur growth and deliver outstanding value for our operators”
“Dave Hoffmann is a talented leader, team-builder and entrepreneur who brings real passion to this role,” said Marcus Kittrell, Mammoth’s executive vice president and a board member. “The other owner-operators and I have been impressed with Dave since he joined Mammoth’s board in August, and we expect to see great benefits from his deep expertise implementing operational excellence and digital transformation.”
Read more about Hoffman’s background here.
Woodie’s Wash Shack announces new vice president of operations
Tampa, Fla. — Woodie’s Wash Shack is pleased to announce the appointment of Harry T Jenkins as its new vice president of operations, according to a company press release.
Jenkins is joining Woodie’s during a period of exponential growth and community support.
With multiple locations at various stages of development, Woodie’s Wash Shack is currently operating in South Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Two more locations are expected to open in November in Wimauma and Lutz.
By the end of next year, the chain will have more than 15 locations around the Bay area.
Its three current locations are the highest Google-rated carwashes in the entire Tampa Bay region, which a testament to their commitment to customer service and quality, added the press release.
Tim Miller, president of Woodie’s stated, “We are very excited to welcome Harry to the Woodie’s team. I’ve had the privilege of previously working with Harry and seeing his high energy, high integrity and dedication to bringing a ‘wow’ customer service experience. Those efforts resulted in tremendous financial results in his previous role with TBC Corporation and in roles prior to that with Bridgestone. We are loading the wagon with the absolute best talent, and we look forward to his leadership as we execute our aggressive expansion plan.
“His experience and skillset will help us deliver a vintage, 1960’s surf vibe carwash experience that includes old school values, best-in-class service, unbeatable quality, and community and member focus to our markets in Tampa, St. Petersburg and beyond. Harry brings more than two decades of operational expertise to the Woodie’s team. His experience in building teams and passion for customer service will take Woodie’s to the next level.”
Prior to his appointment at Woodie’s, Jenkins was the division vice president of retail for TBC Corporation (portfolio of diverse brands, such as Tire Kingdom, NTB and Midas).
There, he built and managed teams who were responsible for operating more than 650 stores and over $1 billion in revenues.
Jenkins stated, “I’m excited to join an epic team of people who work hard every day to deliver the mission. We’re building something truly unique in this industry and I’m incredibly energized to help lead this revolution. I’m all in.”
ISTOBAL USA at NACS 2021 show
CHICAGO — ISTOBAL USA will be in attendance at the NACS 2021 show from Oct. 6-8 to consolidate its growth in the petroleum and convenience store sector with its transformable rollover, stated a company press release.
Despite the pandemic, ISTOBAL USA’s business grew by 18% over the last year and a half, the release added.
Juan Moncada, the new subsidiary CEO, aims to grow sales in 2022 and beyond.
ISTOBAL USA will be at booth 3337 in the South Building/Hall A, Level 3.
According to Moncada, “the expansion is mainly due to the efficiency and dependability of ISTOBAL’s equipment, and the value we provide to gas stations when adapting to the ever-changing market trends of today.”
Additionally, he points out that “during the pandemic, our sales, technical and supply chain teams partnered with our valued distributor network to maintain excellent market coverage and continue to uncover our customers’ needs with pinpoint accuracy. Having a clear understanding of what our customers and end consumers want, allows us to deliver the tailormade solutions they deserve, while maximizing our customers’ ROI.”
The new ISTOBAL USA CEO, an experienced executive leader specializing in devising and adapting strategies to the local market, will continue to drive the subsidiary’s growth by investing in innovation and customer satisfaction, capturing market share and consolidating the company’s leadership in the sector.