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    J.W. Pepper Announces Senior Manager of Finance

    EXTON, PA – J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. employee Jackie Cavanaugh was promoted to Senior Manager – Finance. A new position in the company, this job change reflects the hard work and dedication Jackie has demonstrated throughout her 24 years at Pepper.

    “In addition to her fine management skills, Jackie brings a wealth of experience from having been in multiple roles within our company – from order fulfillment, to inventory procurement, to accounts receivable and payable,” says Pepper CFO Dave DiMarino. “Her strong knowledge base has helped her become very effective in dealing with financial matters from the smallest detail to the larger enterprise picture.  She has already proven to be an invaluable asset to me during my transition to CFO, and I look forward to working with her for many years to come!”

    Cavanaugh began her Pepper career in the Customer Service Department in 1993. She also worked in the Credit Department as well as the Purchasing Department before becoming the Accounts Payable Manager in 2003. As Senior Manager of Finance, Cavanaugh will play a bigger role in financial reporting and work closely with the CFO in setting financial policy for the company.

    For more information about this press release, contact Mary Rogelstad at 610-648-0500 x2267 or mrogelst@jwpepper.com.


    About J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. Founded in 1876, J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. is the largest sheet music retailer in the world. Pepper recently celebrated its 140th anniversary, honoring 14 decades of customer service and devotion to music and music education. In addition to providing music accessories, various music software products, and music for state contests and music festivals, Pepper also offers choral, band, orchestra, church, classroom, instrumental, piano, and vocal music to directors, teachers, and other professional musicians around the world. The company provides its products and services through its 12 stores across the U.S. and online.

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