Alton Lane has become known as one of the fastest growing and most innovative luxury brands in America. In 2009, we pioneered the concept of private appointment, hyper personalized shopping experiences that are growing in popularity nationwide. With 12 existing showrooms across the country in cities such as New York, Washington, DC, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Nashville, Atlanta, Richmond, Virginia, Charlotte (and more with an expanding national footprint in the Fall of 2017) and an industry-leading website, we offer our customers a best-in-class experience that combines the best of old world luxury and state-of-the-art technology.
Much of our success we attribute to our team’s daily commitment to our three core values: Better Clothes. Better Value. Better Experience. By focusing on these three principles, we are setting the New Standard in men’s custom clothing.
Based deep in the heart of Texas, Dallas is one of our customers' favorite showrooms with one of our best teams. We are always eager to connect and network with talented professionals who are interested in future opportunities with our company.
Role & Responsibilities
Life at Alton Lane is both fast-paced and highly rewarding. No two days are ever the same. As an employee at Alton Lane, you will learn how to work within an entrepreneurial start-up environment. The Showroom Manager will proactively manage the customer experience and regional business development in addition to a variety of other tasks, so the ability to multi-task is critical. Sample daily responsibilities could include:
We offer competitive market salaries to all of our employees. In addition, we provide each employee a creative package of benefits that will only enhance your work experience as part of our team and incentivize you to be the best you can be. At Alton Lane, we believe in the power of results. There is an incredible opportunity to impress us with your attitude, your work ethic and your results. With this approach, you will be able to see your responsibilities and opportunities grow significantly over the next few years.