Did you hear?... Libby Vance joins Sugoi

Libby Vance has joined Sugoi's design team as merchandise manager.
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Libby Vance has joined Sugoi's design team as merchandise manager where she will bring her experience and talents to work as a liason between the worlds of Sugoi design and sales. She will be contributing to product development, line rationalization and merchandising, among other things. Vance was most recently working for Brooks.

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