Crystal Morris, CEO of Gator Cases, has been recognized by the Women’s International Music Network (WIMN) as one of the top 14 female makers in the music industry. A female maker is defined by WIMN as a woman who has made her mark in the music industry through gear manufacturing, music retail or any other method of contribution to the music scene.
Gator Cases is honored to have a CEO who has made such a recognizable impact on the music industry, though it’s no surprise that Morris was selected for this recognition. In the past several years, Gator Cases has experienced substantial growth and expansion within the music industry, including a recent acquisition of Levy’s Leathers. By forming strong relationships with retailers, Gator Cases has become a household name for music products and accessories.
Building relationships are what Morris values the most within the music industry. During her interview with the WIMN, she stated, “[the music industry] is full of wonderful, passionate people. Build long term relationships and help each other be successful.”
The passion and determination that Crystal Morris brings to the industry is the driving force behind Gator’s success, and her vision will continue to lead Gator Cases into new avenues of the music industry.
To see who was recognized go to http://www.thewimn.com/14-female-makers-music-industry/