Tuesday Morning Corporation Announces New Board Member

DALLAS, Nov. 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tuesday Morning Corporation (NASDAQ:TUES), a leading off-price retailer with nearly 750 stores across the United States specializing in selling deeply-discounted, upscale decorative home accessories, housewares, seasonal goods and famous-maker gifts, today announced that Barry Gluck, an off-price retail industry veteran with over 40 years of retail experience, has been appointed as a director of the board, effective January 1, 2017.

"On behalf of the board of directors and the Tuesday Morning management team, I am pleased to welcome Barry Gluck to our board," said Terry Burman, Chairman of the Board of Tuesday Morning.  "Barry's industry knowledge makes him uniquely qualified to contribute to Tuesday Morning as we execute our plans for long term growth and shareholder value."

Mr. Gluck served in various Senior Management positions with Ross Stores Inc. ("Ross") from 1989 to 2007, most recently as Executive Vice President of Merchandising, Marketing and Store Planning and Allocation.  Prior to joining Ross, Mr. Gluck was with Today's Man as Vice President, General Merchandise Manager and Chief Merchandising Officer and with Macy's Department Stores as Vice President Divisional Merchandising Manager.  Presently Mr. Gluck is the Founder and Managing Director of Gluck Consulting LLC, a management consultant group which focuses primarily on off-price/value channels.  Commenting on his appointment, Barry Gluck said, "I am delighted to assume the role of director at Tuesday Morning at such an important point in their turnaround program.  I am looking forward to working with Tuesday Morning's management to support their long term growth plan to create shareholder value."

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