Sandy Saul to Retire from Role at TRIO on August 31
TRIO, one of the nation’s fastest-growing interior design and visual merchandising firms, today announced that following almost two years of transition, TRIO Executive Vice President Sandy Saul will depart the company as planned at the end of August.
TRIO acquired Design Lines in September of 2018. The strategic move allowed the combined company to offer more comprehensive services, resources and expertise, as well as greater national reach and deeper market insights.
“Since we announced the acquisition, Sandy and I have worked closely to ensure the successful transition of her team into TRIO. The process has been challenging, but hugely rewarding. We are both thrilled at the progress we’ve been able to make taking best practices from both of our talented teams and translating them into a client service experience we believe is unmatched in the industry. We thank Sandy for her tremendous contributions and wish her all the best in retirement.
– Angela Harris
Since acquiring Design Lines, TRIO has twice been named to Interior Design Magazine’s ‘Top 100 Giants’ list and was named ColoradoBiz Magazine’s ‘Top Company’ in 2019. In addition to growing and structuring the company to super-serve clients, TRIO has delivered approximately 120 projects across the country over the past 12 months. This growth has helped propel the firm to a spot on Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
“I’m so proud of what I built as CEO of Design Lines Inc. over 35 years and our legacy of exceptional design,” said Sandy Saul. “I am happy to have found a firm that was worthy of that legacy. I’ve spent the last two years with Angela and her team ensuring a successful transition, and I’m confident that our clients and our team members are in great hands. I look forward to new adventures and watching TRIO continue to thrive.”
Saul will officially transition from her role as Executive Vice President on August 31. Harris will oversee the transition, alongside TRIOs Vice President of Business Development Carrie Firmine.