McCoy's makes leadership moves

Company veterans Rob Perrone and Lisa Barrett have been named to new director positions.

McCoy’s Building Supply announced that Rob Perrone had been promoted to Director of Merchandising – Hardlines. 

Additionally, Lisa Barrett has been named Director of Store Planning and Visual Merchandising.

Last week, McCoy’s announced that Meagan McCoy Jones has succeeded her father Brian McCoy as president and CEO of the company. 

The appointments were made in conjunction with the company’s continued growth and expansion, the company said.

“I’ve spent my entire career at McCoy’s working in our stores,” Perrone said. “It’s exciting to have a chance to develop our product selection with a focus on meeting our customers’ needs while understanding market trends.”

McCoys Rob Perrone
Rob Perrone

Perrone is a 35-year veteran at McCoy’s Building Supply and has served in a wide variety of roles from working in the yard to assisting customers on the sales floor before moving into management. 

He was a store manager for 26 years and most recently lead the team at McCoy’s Dripping Springs, Texas location.

“I’m looking forward to developing deeper relationships with members of our vendor community while supporting our stores and other departments,” said Perrone.

As a legacy company in a fast-changing landscape, store remodels at McCoy’s Building Supply are a key part of its retail growth strategy. The company is known for its easy-in, easy-out store designs, and enhancing that physical experience is a key part of its retail growth strategy.

McCoys Lisa Barrett
Lisa Barrett

“It is important now more than ever, to set up our stores with the products and layouts they need to engage with our customers for a successful shopping experience,” Barrett said. “Our enhanced store remodel strategy is also focused on adding products based upon customer demographics to give our shoppers the best solutions available.”

Barrett is a 29-year veteran of McCoy’s.

“Rob’s years of operational experience, his leadership, and his passion for merchandising make him the perfect person for his new role. I am also so excited for Lisa to lead our company in an area that she has so much expertise in,” said Waylon Walker, McCoy’s senior vice president of operations and merchandising. “It’s an honor to have McCoy’s veterans leading these new teams in ways that will help us serve our customers even better.”

Based in San Marcos, Texas, McCoy’s Building Supply has more than 3,000 employees and operates 90 stores, 3 distribution centers, and 2 millwork facilities.

The pro dealer and farm and ranch retailer has a presence in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, and New Mexico. 

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