Additional VP increases capacity for company to serve franchisees.
WACO, Texas (October 15, 2014) – Glass Doctor® is pleased to announce the addition of Mike Gai to the corporate staff as Vice President. The company’s growth over the last couple of years demanded the creation of a second Vice President position, and Gai will rejoin Glass Doctor to fill that role.
Glass Doctor President Mark Liston explained, "Mike is coming home! He was our VP of Operations before being selected to head up The Dwyer Group's National Sales effort a couple of years ago. As we are growing, it became evident that we needed two VPs - one that would focus on our franchisees current operational needs, which I call "blocking and tackling" and one to guide us to a variety of future opportunities. I always wanted to get Mike back in that "blocking and tackling" role. He is the ideal candidate."
Gai started with Glass Doctor as a successful franchisee in Seattle before selling his franchise in 2010 and joining the Glass Doctor corporate staff in Waco, heading up the National Sales efforts. He was recognized as one of the fastest growing Glass Doctor franchises in his seven years of operations.
Brad Voreis, who has been Vice President of Operations for Glass Doctor for the past two years, will continue in a Vice President role but will focus on future opportunities for the company.
"Brad has done a great job for us. He has an innate ability to see opportunities on the Internet, using a variety of marketing ideas and looking at other innovative and technological ideas we can be using,” said Liston. “He and Mike are great friends and will do a fantastic job of supporting our franchisees today and into the future.”
Gai is excited to fill his new position and hopes to achieve a great amount as Vice President. “I am passionate about working with our franchise consultant team and Glass Doctor Franchisees to focus on maximizing the proven Glass Doctor System to substantially improve their service to customers and the performance of their business, both qualitative and quantitative,” stated Gai.