SALT LAKE CITY, March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Overstock.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: OSTK) today announced it has hired Timothy Dilworth, a former executive of Coldwater Creek, as the company's senior vice president of marketing.
The company said Dilworth will be responsible for defining and driving all marketing activities across the Overstock.com organization.
"We're very pleased to welcome Tim to the Overstock.com team," said Patrick Byrne, chairman and CEO of Overstock.com. "Given Tim's background and experience, we expect he will make an enormous contribution to our company."
Dilworth has worked for Coldwater Creek since 2000 in various positions within the company's marketing group and last held the position of Coldwater Creek's senior vice president of marketing. Previously, Dilworth had served as vice president of marketing and ecommerce and held other positions at Coldwater Creek in marketing analytics.
Dilworth holds a Business and Information Technology degree from Montana Tech of the University of Montana and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Idaho.
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