SUNRISE, FLA. — Pet Supermarket, a pet specialty retailer, announced the appointment of Todd Northcutt to senior vice president of retail store operations. Northcutt will be responsible for the stores, services and field organizations throughout all Pet Supermarket’s markets, which includes more than 225 locations in the Southeastern United States. 

Northcutt has extensive experience in district, regional and territory management within specialty and omnichannel retail. He most recently served as regional vice president at The Vitamin Shoppe, during which he led the Midwest and South regions, oversaw 253 stores, and supported thousands of employees. During his time at The Vitamin Shoppe, Northcutt helped revitalize underperforming regions and secured top rankings in key sales metrics, like year-over-year sales performance. 

Northcutt has also held executive positions at Circuit City and Busch Business Solutions, during which he led large teams, increased sales and executed strategic initiatives. 

“We’re excited to welcome Todd to the Pet Supermarket family,” said Rich Tannenbaum, chief executive officer of Pet Supermarket. “His ability to forge genuine connections with customers and employees alike makes him a valuable addition to our team. With his expertise and personable approach, we’re confident Todd will elevate our customer experience to create more magical moments to enhance the lives of pets and their people.”

Northcutt’s vision and people-first leadership style is expected to catapult Pet Supermarket’s sales and customer and employee satisfaction. He will play an integral role in shaping the retailer’s future by fueling innovation and fostering connections between the company and the communities in which it serves. Northcutt will join the executive leadership team and report directly to Tannenbaum. 

Northcutt is an advocate of a work-life balance and enjoys spending time with his family. He is also a pet parent of Izzy, a Miniature Golden Retriever. 

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