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Searching for CEO, RevZilla replaces CFO, too

Will new team prep for IPO?

CEO Anthony Bucci isn't the only top RevZilla Motorsports LLC executive who's stepping down, 10 months after private-investment firm JW Childs joined  the fast-growing, Navy Yard-based motorcycle-gear direct retailer, plus California-based Cycle Gear stores, into a new company, Comoto Holdings Inc.

David Price, RevZilla's chief financial officer and one of its first employees, is also leaving, the company confirmed after I heard it from people familiar with the changes. He'll be replaced by Greg Teed, who was CFO at Arhaus Furniture, and spent the 2000s rising through key posts at mall-retailing giant The Limited. Teed will serve as CFO for both Comoto and RevZilla.

Teed spent the past six years as CFO at Arhaus, an Ohio-based chain with 66 stores (locally King of Prussia and Marlton). Before that he had been a Vice President of Finance at Limited from 2001-11, including five years at the company's Bath & Body Works unit.

Kull said only that RevZilla's plans are to keep growing on their current plan, in cooperation with its investors.