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Archie Hogue Director of Fresh Execution, BJ’s Wholesale Club


About Archie Hogue Director of Fresh Execution, BJ’s Wholesale Club | Former General Manager, DICK'S Sporting Goods | Former General Manager, Best Buy


Archie Hogue is fan expert in terms of management and he worked with a number of reputed organizations in this regard. He possesses exceptional goal-oriented approach and brilliant ability to plan and develop strategies.


While working in the management field, Archie Hogue has demonstrated his brilliant communication and interpersonal skills. His leadership skills are unmatched as well.


In addition to his contribution in several positions of management, he has been honored with certificates in the fields of advanced interview & interrogation techniques, general industry training, and first aid/CPR/AED.


Archie Hogue possesses experience of working in the Military and he has remained linked to a number of management related organizations.


Archie Hogue started working as the Assistant Manager at Home Depot, Daily City in 1997 and he got a promotion to General Manager in 1999.


In 2006, Archie Hogue initiated working as the Assistant Vice President/Regional Manager with BJ’S Wholesale Club, Florida. He has played a vital role in maintaining the merchandising standards.


Archie Hogue was appointed as the Vice President of Asset Protection/Safety at BJ’S Wholesale Club in 201. His job responsibilities include managing the teams of Asset Protection managers, environment safety managers, food safety Quality Assurance Managers, Merchandise Protection team etc.


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Archie Hogue - Former General Manager, Best Buy  

Archie Hogue initiated his career while working as the Assistant Manager in 1997 at Home Depot, Daily City. After two years, he was promoted...

Archie Hogue - Former General Manager, Best Buy  

Archie Hogue initiated his career while working as the Assistant Manager in 1997 at Home Depot, Daily City. After two years, he was promoted...

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