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Interstate Batteries President and CEO Passing Leadership Torch

February 13, 2013

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Carlos Sepulveda will step down as President and CEO of Interstate Batteries.
Carlos Sepulveda will step down as President and CEO of Interstate Batteries.
Scott Miller will be named President and CEO of Interstate Batteries.
Scott Miller will be named President and CEO of Interstate Batteries.

On May 1, Carlos Sepulveda will be leaving his position

as Interstate Batteries' president and CEO. He will begin a new role as executive chairman at Triumph Bancorp Inc., passing the Interstate Batteries leadership to Scott Miller.

Sepulveda joined Interstate Batteries in 1990 and was named president and CEO in 2004. 

Sepulveda will continue to serve as a member of Interstate Batteries’ Executive Board, as he has since 1995.

Scott Miller has served the Dallas-based battery retailer in multiple key positions since starting with the company in 1991 as a route sales manager in central Texas before taking on company roles as national account executive and manager, independent distributor regional manager, director of marketing, director of Interstate-owned territories, vice president of creative communications and events, vice president of Interstate All Battery and most recently as senior vice president of distributor operations and innovation team.

 

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