Dealer Tire Names Brad Meader as New Chief Financial Officer

Dealer Tire Names Brad Meader as New Chief Financial Officer

Meader joins Dealer Tire with nearly 20 years of experience in finance, M&A and capital markets.

Dealer Tire has named Brad Meader as partner and chief financial officer. In his role, Meader will support the future growth of the overall enterprise and each of the Dealer Tire family of companies, reporting to Dealer Tire partner, chairman and CEO, Scott Mueller.

Meader is a finance executive who brings a growth-oriented mindset and nearly twenty years of finance, M&A and capital markets experience, said Dealer Tire. Most recently, he held the position of chief financial officer at Marcone Group. Prior to Marcone, Brad served as chief financial officer of Custom Truck One Source (Ticker: CTOS), a publicly traded provider of specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions. Prior to CTOS, Brad served in roles of increasing responsibility over more than 10 years with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), including in the transaction services and risk advisory practices.

Brad holds a masters of accountancy degree from Georgia State University and a bachelor of business administration degree with a concentration in accounting and finance from Georgia Southern University.

“I look forward to the opportunity to join the amazing team at Dealer Tire,” said Meader. “The Company’s longstanding success within the industry coupled with their ambitious trajectory for the future is exciting for me and I can’t wait to support this next phase of growth.”

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