Posted 11/21/2013 11:15 am
Updated 1 year ago
AT&T on Wednesday named Larry Evans vice president and general manager for AT&T's mobility arm in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Evans replaces Steve Gray, who announced in October that he would retire from the company. AT&T informally announced Evans as Gray's successor at the time.
It will be the second time Evans has been the company's vice president and general manager for the region.
"Larry brings tremendous talent to the table, with experience in nearly every aspect of the business, from enterprise sales to retail management," Kelly King, central region president of AT&T Mobility, said in a news release. "Larry’s expertise and successful track record make him a natural choice to lead our operations in Arkansas and Oklahoma."
In the role, Evans will oversee the sales and operations of more than 1,100 employees, nearly 60 owned and operated retail locations and more than 430 national retail partners and authorized resellers in the two states.
Evans was most recently vice president and general manager for AT&T’s Tri-State Market, which includes Ohio, western Pennsylvania and the northwestern area of West Virginia.