Saturday May 8th, 2021 6:48PM

King named GM-Marketing Director for Tanger Outlets Commerce

By AccessWDUN staff

Tanger Outlets Commerce this past week announced Nick King has been named General Manager/Marketing Director for the retail center.

King, who has more than 15 years experience with Tanger Outlets, will oversee Leasing and Marketing for Tanger Outlets Commerce.

"We’re delighted to welcome Nick back to the Tanger Outlets Commerce family," said Doug Taylor, Regional Vice President of Tanger Outlets, in a prepared statement. “Nick is a strong addition to our team and we are thrilled to work with him on his vision of success for our top brand name and designer stores.”

King started his Tanger journey in Commerce 2005. He was hired just out of high school as a part-time Customer Service Representative. In early 2007, King was promoted to Office Administrator and 10 years later, King expanded his experiences by accepting a promotion to Associate Assistant General Manager at the Tanger Outlets Center in Locust Grove, Georgia. Taylor said one year later, after demonstrating a real “can do” attitude, he was promoted to Assistant General Manager. 

Tanger Outlets Commerce is located at 800 Steven B. Tanger Blvd, Commerce, GA and is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day of the week.

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King named GN-Marketing Director for Tanger Outlets Commerce
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