We are so excited to have Deni on the Thrift Books team,” said Ward. “Her leadership will be key to our growth initiatives as we continue towards our goal of making reading affordable to as many people as possible.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) November 01, 2014
Thrift Books LLC announces the addition of Deni Day to serve as Chief Financial Officer, effective October 13th, 2014. She will report to the president of Thrift Books, Mike Ward.
Deni Day brings more than a decade of finance experience in the ecommerce industry. Most recently Day was the Director of Finance, eCommerce at Walgreens leading the financial operations in the Daily Living and Photo lines of business for the eCommerce division of the company. Prior to Walgreens, Day was Manager in the Assurance group at McGladrey & Pullen.
“We are so excited to have Deni on the Thrift Books team,” said Ward. “Her financial experience balances perfectly with the executive group. Her leadership will be key to our growth initiatives as we continue towards our goal of making reading affordable to as many people as possible.”
“I am excited to join Thrift Books and to have the opportunity to partner with this wonderful group of people,” said Day. “I look forward to playing a role in accelerating growth and helping our customers as they discover the immense value of used books.”
Day has lived in the Seattle area for more than 10 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Idaho.
About Thrift Books
Thrift Books LLC is the largest online seller of used books in North America, and probably the world. Founded in 2003, Thrift Books has 11 distribution affiliates throughout the United States that purchase, sort, and distribute used books. Based in Seattle, Washington, Thrift Books relies on proprietary software to identify, value, sell, and ship used books using a variety of online platforms, including Thriftbooks.com. Backed by KCB Management, Thrift Books has experienced explosive growth with a keen commitment to smart pricing, high customer satisfaction, and world class supply chain management.