Did you hear?... Climb High has retained Peak Exposure

Climb High has retained Peak Exposure, of Boulder, Col., to provide PR services for Mammut and Julbo brands in the U.S.
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Climb High has retained Peak Exposure, of Boulder, Col., to provide PR services for Mammut and Julbo brands in the U.S. Susan Fecko, of Fecko Creative Consultants has joined the Peak Exposure team to work with them as a media contact for Climb High, Mammut, and Julbo. Climb High was purchased by Mammut of Switzerland in January 2001, and is the exclusive U.S. distributor of Julbo sunglasses for mountaineering and multi-sport activity.

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