Big Green Egg promotes Jerry Stone to assistant sales manager

ATLANTA - The Big Green Egg Company, one of the leading brands in the ceramic cooker market segment, announced the promotion of Jerry Stone to the department of corporate sales and distributor relations, in the position of assistant sales manager for Big Green Egg.

In this newly created position, Stone will support the efforts of Big Green Egg through a variety of initiatives and distributor support functions. He will also assist in the development of platforms to grow volume at the distributor and BGE-dealer level. Stone will report to Lou West, sales manager for Big Green Egg.

Big Green Egg Company, headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., is the world's largest producer and international distributor of ceramic kamado-style cookers. Founded in 1974 by Ed Fisher, the company has a reputation for offering top-quality products and excellent customer service. The Big Green Egg is uniquely constructed of space-age ceramics developed specifically to make the Egg virtually indestructible under ordinary cooking conditions. The Egg offers significant cooking flexibility as a smoker, grill and oven, allowing for year-round use. For more information, visit BigGreenEgg.com.

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