Did you hear?... Axcent Sports hires four sales agencies to represent Descente Athletic in the U.S. - SNEWS

Did you hear?... Axcent Sports hires four sales agencies to represent Descente Athletic in the U.S.

Axcent Sports has hired four sales agencies to represent Descente Athletic in the United States.
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Axcent Sports has hired four sales agencies to represent Descente Athletic in the United States. The sales representatives are Brad Clary for Southern California, Marissa Klein for Northern California, Mark Silverman for New York Metro/New Jersey and Dean Moore for Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. Axcent Sports was formed by industry veteran Hugh Walton in September 2002 to license and distribute Descente Athletic apparel in the United States for the sports categories of cycle, run and fitness, among others. Descente North America will continue to focus upon the design, development and distribution of snow-sport apparel in North America.

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