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Peachtree Packaging & Display Expands Its Design Team with Hire of Garrison Brooks

Peachtree Packaging & Display is excited to announce the addition of a new Creative Sales Director. The company has hired Garrison Brooks, a seasoned industrial designer with extensive experience in display, package and retail space design, plus branding, signage, retail banners and print advertising. Brooks has completed numerous projects for clients like The Coca-Cola Company, Books-a-Million, Adidas, Southern Comfort, Fetzer Vineyards, Coors LIght, Wendy’s and more.

Brooks has more than 18 years of experience in industrial design projects ranging from retail endcaps, freestanding displays and signage to environments, advertising, branding, web and product design. He has held numerous leadership and creative roles including prototyper, corporate and agency designer, team member, team leader and creative director.

“Peachtree Packaging has always been deeply committed to innovation and design excellence. Our mantra is ‘Listen. Design. Deliver.’ Maintaining a rich in-house team of the best designers allows us to efficiently and quickly create packaging and display solutions that maximize form and function in ways that capture customer’s attention and drive sales,” said Chad Wagner, CEO of Peacht

ree Packaging & Display. “Garrison’s design prowess is exceptional and will be a prodigious asset to our design team. We are thrilled to have him on board.”

Brooks joined the Peachtree team in July 2020. Some of his previous roles include Creative Director of Customer Engagement for InnoMark Communications, Creative Director of Edison Retail Solutions, Creative Director of Compass Display Group and Senior Industrial Designer for Leggett & Platt, among others.

Brooks has a history of taking on complex design problems and achieving elegant, pragmatic, eye-catching results. In describing his strengths he says, “I love to take on difficult design projects, presenting unexpected solutions that add excitement and build team momentum. I welcome complexity and enjoy working with mixed materials and cutting-edge technology to develop concepts that inspire and energize customers,” said Brooks.

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