Brandon Litz has been hired as the director of guest experience for the Endurance House flagship store in Zionsville. In his role, Litz will manage day-to-day store operations and ensure a high-quality experience for customers.
He will oversee staff development, merchandising and displays, special orders and more. Litz previously worked for Athletic Annex and Pacers and Racers Running Store. He served as the track and field assistant coach for Zionsville Community High School and cross-country assistant coach at Pike High School. A native of Plainfield, Ind., Litz ran cross-country and track and field for Franklin College and Plainfield High School.
He graduated from Franklin College with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Science and University of Louisville with a Masters of Exercise Physiology.
Endurance House is a national family of specialty retail stores catering to triathletes, runners and endurance athletes. Local entrepreneur and triathlete, Jay Miller is bringing two specialty Endurance House retail stores to Central Indiana. The flagship store, located in the South Village of Zionsville development, will open its doors on Jan. 9. A second location, scheduled to open in early February, will be located in Fishers in the Delaware Commons shopping area.
“Our goal is to help people redefine their possible,” Miller said. “In order to reach our goal, we are assembling a team of individuals who share our passion for endurance running, cycling and swimming. We feel Brandon is the perfect fit to ensure our customers have the ability to make educated purchasing decisions and have a quality guest experience.”