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Garry Stratta Appointed General Manager For DTR

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Garry Stratta Appointed General Manager For Nationwide Retailer, dtr


AUCKLAND, 5 February 2012 – Nationwide retailer and finance company, dtr, has appointed Garry Stratta General Manager.

Formerly the National Operations Manager, Mr Stratta has been with the company for 10 years. During this time, Mr Stratta has held a number of roles, including Acting GM in 2004, Sales and Operations Manager for the northern region as well as Buying and Merchandising Manager.

Mr Stratta says, “with this new role, I will assume responsibility for marketing, HR training and the day-to-day running of the business.” Last year, dtr celebrated its 50th birthday – a significant milestone for any New Zealand company.

With a network of 22 stores across the country, dtr offers a wide range of products including audio visual, whiteware, furniture, fitness equipment, mobiles, computers and gaming, with brands like Fisher & Paykel, Haier, Sony, Panasonic, LG, Vodafone, Playstation, Dixie Cummings and Sleepyhead, among others.

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ABOUT DTR

dtr offers a wide range of products nationwide, including audio visual, whiteware, furniture, fitness equipment, mobiles, computers and gaming. dtr stock some of the world’s leading brands, including Sony, Panasonic, LG, Simpson, Westinghouse, Vodafone, Playstation, Nintendo, Wii, Xbox, Mobilier furniture, Fisher & Paykel and Sleepyhead Beds. All of our products can be acquired brand-new and our pre-loved products are available in store at great discounts. dtr is also a proud sponsor of the Vodafone Warriors. For more information visit www.dtr.co.nz

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