Tandus names Gibson executive consultant

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Dalton—Tandus Flooring has named retired Marine Master Sergeant William “Spanky” Gibson executive consultant. In this advisory position, the Purple Heart winner will work as a member of the Tandus government team in support of business development with government agencies nationwide. 

Gibson was the first above-the-knee amputee to return to ground combat operations in Iraq and was the first enlisted service member to be appointed as a Congressional Fellow to the House of Representatives, advocating for wounded warrior initiatives on the House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs.

Gibson’s position demonstrates Tandus Flooring’s commitment to wounded warriors and combat veterans, in particular to those from post-9/11 contingencies in Iraq and Afghanistan, noted Ben Saylor, national sales vice president, government. “It’s a privilege to welcome Master Sgt. Spanky Gibson to the Tandus Flooring family. He will use his insights honed through 22 years of military service to help Tandus enhance its product and service offering to government facilities and veterans’ hospitals.”

Gibson is a distinguished combat veteran and American patriot, Saylor said. “His professionalism and leadership will be instrumental as we work with the Department of Veterans Affairs to extend best-of-industry solutions to V.A. hospitals and clinics.”

For more information, call 706.259.2307.

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