/UCW/ HOLLYWOOD, FL – Vapor Corp. (OTC Pink:) (“Vapor” or the “Company”) announced today the Company has appointed John A. Ollet to serve as the Company’s new Chief Financial Officer.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome John to the Vapor executive team,” said Jeffrey Holman, Chief Executive Officer of Vapor. “He brings the financial experience Vapor needs as we continue to advance our growth and acquisition strategy. This is an exciting stage in our company’s growth and John’s strong public company experience makes him ideal for our organization.”
Mr. Ollet previously served as Executive Vice President-Finance for Systemax, Inc. (NYSE:) North America Technology Division from 2006 to 2016. His prior chief financial officer experience also includes serving as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Arrow Cargo Holdings, Inc., an airline logistics company, and VP Finance/CFO – The Americas – Cargo Division, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, an airline company.
Mr. Ollet received a bachelor’s degree in finance/economics and a master’s degree in business administration from Florida International University and is a certified public accountant.
About Vapor Corp.
Vapor Corp. is a U.S.-based retailer of vaporizers, e-liquids and electronic cigarettes, operating thirteen retail stores in the Southeast and online.
Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Healthy Choice Markets, Inc., the Company also operates natural and organic grocery operations. The initial store acquired for these operations in June 2016 is Ada’s Natural Market in Ft. Myers, Florida.
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