Did you hear?... Bill Griggers to leave Omega Pacific

Bill Griggers has decided to leave Omega Pacific after four years with the company as director of sales and marketing.
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Bill Griggers has decided to leave Omega Pacific after four years with the company as director of sales and marketing. Griggers will be replaced by Michael Lane, who has been with Omega since July 2000. Griggers, co-founder of Trango USA and formerly general manager of Bluewater Ropes, hasn't decided what he wants to do next, but he does know he wants to stay involved in the outdoor industry. He can be reached at mgriggers@aol.com.

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