Cleveland Browns new owner Jimmy Haslam sits in the 'Dog Pound' in the first half of their game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns Stadium on August 24, 2012 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
After stepping down for five months as Chief Executive Officer of Pilot Flying J, Jimmy Haslam is resuming his role as CEO.
The executive who served as CEO during the last five months, John Crompton, is moving into a new role as Strategic Advisor to Pilot Flying J, the Cleveland Browns, and the Haslam.
During the time Halsam stepped down, he bought the Cleveland Browns. The Pilot Flying J company also bought Pilot Logistical Services (formerly known as Maxum Petroleum.)
Haslam said he was excited to be back in his old job.
"Given John's broader role across our companies, I am very excited to reassume the CEO role of Pilot Flying J," Haslam added, "and look forward to working alongside our 25,000 team members in continuing to take great care of our customers, employees and shareholders."