We make your retail project come to life. Through hundreds of new store set ups, resets and remodels each year, we excel in executing your Store Planning projects with an emphasis on shelf presentation and attention to detail.

We provide exceptional service for Fortune 100 companies and we are driven to be the best Merchandising Service Organization in the industry for: quality of work, level of execution, skilled labor, professional teams and customer service.

Our mission is to provide our corporate partners in the North American market a professional advantage by implementing innovative solutions proficiently and expediently while maintaining the highest degree of integrity in the industry. In other words, if we don’t go home at the end of each day proud of the work we provided that day, then we haven’t done our job.

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Chandler Rose | Chief Executive Officer

Chandler Rose was born and raised in Burlington, North Carolina. Growing up in the family business, he was managing commercial plumbing projects by the time he was in high school. He earned undergraduate degrees in both Criminology and Psychology from The Florida State University. He then returned to North Carolina where he earned his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law. Chandler is not only admitted to the North Carolina Bar and a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, but he is also forklift certified. How many CEO’s do you know who can drive a forklift?!

Dwayne Gregory | Chief Operating Officer

Dwayne Gregory is a North Carolina native andserves as COO of ProVantage.With over 18 years of extensive experience within the industry, Dwayne manages our operations with an employee base of 1300 people with 4 major divisions (resets, remodels, new stores and service). He also comes from a background of construction and Civil Engineering. Dwayne and Amy, his wife of 28 years, have 2 grown children and all live near Raleigh, NC. Dwayne enjoys serving in ministry opportunities along with mentoring other men. One of his favorite quotes is “The proof of respect is the investment of time” by Mike Murdock.

Matthew Epps | Executive Vice President

Matt Epps was born and raised in Burlington, NC. After completing his undergraduate degree at Appalachian State University, he spent nine years at Verizon Business. While at Verizon he earned his MBA from Campbell University. Matt has helped achieve organizational improvements and extraordinary growth results at ProVantage Corporate Solutions.

Meredith Rose | Chief Marketing Officer

Meredith Rose is a Raleigh, North Carolina native although she grew up outside Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a BFA in Commercial Interior Design. Her background in commercial interiors laid a great foundation in her career of sales and marketing. Meredith has championed the sales and marketing directives at ProVantage and helped drive growth since 2009.

Nate Hagerty, MBA | Vice President of Operations

Nate Hagerty holds both a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and MBA from Virginia Tech. He has over 18 years of combined experience in the residential construction field, conveying and accumulation equipment design, retail merchandise servicing industry and web-based/mobile application product design. Mr. Hagerty’s background in engineering, coupled with his interest and understanding of organizational leadership and development, enabled him to step into various roles including VP of Operations and Product Owner (COO) of Cruxos (ProVantage’s proprietary, web-based software and two native mobile applications (for Android and iOS devices).

Stacey King | Vice President of Innovation

Stacey came to ProVantage late in 2013 with a diverse background and experience in public accounting, government contract accounting as well as coaching soccer at both the youth and collegiate levels. She earned both a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

What Our Clients Are Saying

“Team was excellent both in communication and execution. We would like to keep them!”