Aimee Boozer is the Executive Vice President for Sun Delivery, an asset-based nationwide provider of white glove furniture delivery. In this capacity, she is responsible for the overall business operations of the company, providing direction for daily operations including marketing, sales, budgeting and policy administration.
Boozer joined the company in 2004 and has been a part of helping Sun Delivery become one of the leading in-home white glove furniture delivery specialists in the nation.
After graduating from East Carolina University with a degree in Marketing Management in 1991, Boozer spent the first part of her career with Waste Management, starting in sales and marketing and ultimately overseeing a regional operation and materials recovery facility. In 1997, she joined Leith, Inc. in Raleigh, N.C., a family-owned automotive group representing more than 25 new vehicle manufacturers. During her tenure with Leith, she worked in management and became a facilitator for an employee growth and development program.
Boozer served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Specialized Furniture Carriers Association in 2016-2017, is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Sun Delivery. She resides in High Point, N.C. with her husband, Brian.
Consumer expectations for delivery keep rising, and the growing amount of furniture sold via the Internet keeps increasing pressure on final-mile providers to keep up. How do experts in the field maintain high levels of service in the face of ever-increasing demand?