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Did you hear?... Company changes at ROI

ROI Recreation Outfitters Inc. of Canada has made some company changes.
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ROI Recreation Outfitters Inc. of Canada has made some company changes. Alex Briglio, vice president, has left ROI to pursue other career options. Jayson Faulkner joins the company as vice president of sales and marketing -- the same position he recently held at Arc'Teryx. Jon Davis has been promoted to vice president of product development. JD was ROI's director of sales and marketing. ROI distributes Scarpa, E3, Cloudveil, Sportif, Deuter, and Swany throughout Canada and other worldwide locations.

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