Improving communities through sport

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Bob Stout

Finance

SFM-Bob Stout

Bob Stout

Finance

Prior to joining the SF Companies as CFO, Bob served in a number of roles over a 10-year span at Walmart, Inc. Most recently, Bob held the position as CFO of Walmart Global E-commerce (Walmart.com) from 2008-2010. In his role as CFO, Bob led the finance and accounting teams for Walmart’s $3 billion e-commerce business.

From 2012 to 2019, Bob also served as a city councilman and, then, as the mayor of the city of Little Flock, AR. This role provided Bob with experience in municipal budgeting, governmental fund accounting, state audits, and FEMA disaster application development and administration.

Bob has extensive experience developing and implementing financial processes, systems, and controls for some of the world’s largest companies, including Walmart, Inc. He has a proven record of achievement in E-commerce, real estate development, and retail. Through his work, Bob has managed planning, forecasting, and reporting (external and internal) for multiple segment levels and corporate support areas, and has driven productivity and improved bottom-line results.  Bob has in-depth experience leading acquisition due diligence and negotiations, including lease and contract reviews, best practice analysis, risk assessments, and valuations.

Bob joined the SF Companies as the Chief Financial Officer, overseeing our corporate and SFM Network venue finance teams. Bob also oversees risk management and major corporate growth initiatives.

Notable Projects

  • Horizons Edge Sports Campus, Harrisonburg, VA
  • The Highlands Sports Complex, Triadelphia, WV
  • Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater, Albertville, AL
  • Bridgeport Recreation Complex, Bridgeport, WV
  • Rocky Top Sports World, Gatlinburg, TN 

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