Mainstreet Names New President, Carnahan Becomes CEO

Brad Rhoades

Brad Rhoades

David Carnahan, president and founder of Mainstreet, is becoming company CEO making room for Bradley Rhoades to come on board as president. Carnahan’s role is “not diminishing and he is not leaving Mainstreet;” the appointment of Rhoades will provide additional support to Carnahan and help manage the company’s growth, according to officials.

Rhoades has a strong background in executive management, operations, technology integration solutions and management of growth. Prior to joining Mainstreet, he was executive vice president of Integrated Supply Chain Solutions LLC for six years. He also spent time with Commodity Sourcing Group and Moore North America.

“We are thrilled to add Brad our team. He joins us with years of experience executing highly successful company strategies that manage and drive growth. He will be a great complement to our Mainstreet team and this additional resource will continue to support our efforts to remain the best in the industry. It will also strengthen our position in supporting our customers,” Carnahan says.

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