– USA, GA –  Select Interior Concepts, Inc. (NASDAQ:SIC), a diversified building products and services company focused on home interior products, today announced the appointment of J. David Smith as Chairman of its Board of Directors, replacing Christopher Zugaro, who is resigning his roles as Chairman and as Director to focus on his other business interests.

“David’s experience is an ideal complement to the diverse expertise of our board and we are enthusiastic about the enhanced business potential derived from his uniquely relevant skills and network,” said Tyrone Johnson, Select Interior Concepts’s CEO.

Mr. Zugaro has served on the Board of Directors since August 2014 and as Chairman of the Board since November 2017.

“We would like to thank Chris for his invaluable leadership during his tenure on our Board of Directors,” said Johnson. “He was instrumental in the growth and success of Select Interior Concepts. We wish him well as he returns his focus to his private equity responsibilities at Trive Capital.”

Select Interior Concepts also announced today that it is relocating its corporate headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia from Anaheim, California in February, 2019. The company’s new headquarters location will be within the Galleria office complex. The new location will serve as the primary location for the executive team and corporate staff.

Commenting on the move, Johnson said “Atlanta’s relatively low cost of living, direct flight options, and highly skilled workforce, makes it an ideal headquarters location as we continue to grow the business.”

About David Smith

Mr. Smith has extensive operating and management experience in private and public international metals and building products companies, as well as extensive experience on the boards of directors of numerous public and private companies. Mr. Smith has served as the Chairman of the Board of directors at Siamons International, Inc. since 2008, and as a member of the boards of directors of Commercial Metals Company since 2004, GMS, Inc. since 2014, and both Henry Company and BlueLinx Holdings Inc. since 2017. Mr. Smith served as President of Alumax Fabricated Products, Inc. and as an officer of Alumax, Inc. from 1989 to 1996. Mr. Smith held the positions of Chief Executive Officer and President of Euramax International, Inc. beginning in 1996 and also served as the Chairman of its board of directors from 2002 until his retirement in 2008. Mr. Smith served as a director of Nortek, Inc., from February 2010 to August 2016, and was appointed to serve as the Chairman of the Nortek’s board of directors in April 2012. Mr. Smith also served as member of the board of directors of DiversiTech, Inc. until 2015 and both Houghton International Inc. and Air Distribution Technologies, Inc. until 2014. Mr. Smith received a B.A. from Gettysburg College.

About Select Interior Concepts

Select Interior Concepts is a diversified building products and services company focused on interior products. It has two operating subsidiaries and segments doing business as Residential Design Services and Architectural Surfaces Group, with an overall focus of offering a broad range of design-oriented products including flooring, countertops, cabinets, and other highly desirable and customizable high-end interior products.

For more, visit: http://www.selectinteriorconcepts.com

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