Tuff Completes Management Training

at RadioShack Answer University® 

Posted Mon, Jan 2, 2000 @ 10:30 AM

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Forrest Tuff successfully completed his management training in Texas at the RadioShack Answer University. The week-long event prepares managers to successfully run RadioShack stores through sales, leadership, diversity training and communication development.

 

Forrest began working for RadioShack at the Gwinnett Place Mall on January 1, 2000 after completing a management placement examination. Gwinnet Place Mall RadioShack is a Y-Store (million+ in revenue) and one of the top 3 in revenue in the country ($3,000,000 per year). After only 4 months as an Assistant Manager and completion of RAU, Forrest will open a new standalone RadioShack Y-store located at 965 Duluth Hwy Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043

As a store manager his responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing margins and profit levers (P&L).

  • Creating and implementing action plans to drive profitable sales.

  • Managing a store consisting of 5 to 10 associates.

  • Conduct monthly training and coaching of associates

  • Monthly planogram execution for proper merchandise display

  • Ensuring customer satisfaction, monthly sales targets, and compliance are met.

  • Inventory management maintain operational processes

 

About RadioShack

RadioShack, formerly RadioShack Corporation, is an American retailer founded in 1921. At its peak in 1999, RadioShack operated stores named RadioShack or Tandy Electronics in the United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada. Outside of those territories, the company licensed other companies to use the RadioShack brand name in parts of Asia, North Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

 

In February 2015, RadioShack Corporation filed for Chapter 11 protection under United States bankruptcy law after 11 consecutive quarterly losses. By then, it was operating only in the U.S. and Latin America. In May 2015, General Wireless Inc., an affiliate of Standard General, bought the company's assets, including the RadioShack brand name and related intellectual property, for US$26.2 million. General Wireless Operations Inc. was formed to operate the RadioShack stores, and General Wireless IP Holdings LLC was formed to hold the intellectual property.