Bryan Roberts is Pear Bureau Northwest’s new regional marketing manager for the Midwest.
Roberts has been with Save-A-Lot for 22 years in a variety of positions in the produce department, including fruit category manager, sourcing manager and buyer, according to a news release.
He has been director of produce for the supermarket chain for 2 ½ years.
“Bryan’s personality and years of retail experience made him the best choice out of many qualified candidates, and we welcome him addition to the PBNW team,” Kevin Moffitt, president and CEO of the organization, said in a news release. “His experience at Save-A-Lot instills confidence that he will bring strong insight and perspective to the position of regional marketing manager.”
Roberts said the role gives him the opportunity to use his skills working with corporate retailers and independent owners “especially in a time when the consumer experience continues to evolve.”
Roberts succeeds Ed Chambers, who is retiring from the pear bureau after 34 years.