Cushe welcomes Demian Kloer to Lead Western US Sales Territories

With seasoned experience in the apparel industry, former prAna executive Demian Kloer joins expanding Cushe team.
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(Rockford, MI – March 3, 2010) – Cushe (, a collection of footwear designed for a dynamic, yet laid-back generation, is pleased to introduce Demian Kloer and his agency, Sol Adventures, to lead Western Sales territories for the brand. Kloer joins the team with deep history in the outdoor and fashion space and will be leading Central and Southern California sales, as well as Arizona regions.

“We are stoked to bring Demian Kloer and his agency to the western branch of the Cushe team,” stated Patrick McNulty, VP of Marketing and Sales for Cushe. “We look forward to Demian's contribution to the ongoing growth of Cushe footwear and know that the drive and experience behind his entire team will continue to catapult innovation behind the brand.”

Previously at prAna, Kloer comes to Cushe with a seasoned history in the outdoor, fitness and fashion markets, specializing in yoga and climbing apparel and accessories. As one of the original founders of prAna apparel, Kloer brings entrepreneurial spirit and expertise to Cushe's young, yet fast-growing footwear brand. Kloer was the Vice President and General Manager at prAna for 16 years, handling major accounts and overseeing all sales and distribution initiatives. Kloer received a Business degree from Cal Poly State University San Luis Obispo and currently resides in Encinitas, CA.

“I am really proud to join the Cushe team!” stated Demian Kloer. “The brand has all of the right components that I value; an entrepreneurial spirit driving innovation and design, a product positioning and design ethos that's perfectly positioned for today's active-lifestyle trends, and a great team of people to put it all together. I look forward to contributing to the brand's success!”

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About Cushe
Founded in 2004, Cushe (pronounced ‘Cushy') launched their first sneaker collection in 2005, sporting their ‘lazyboy' reclining figure logo. Cushe challenges the boundaries of ordinary footwear design, creating shoes for the independent individual who is looking to do things their way and at their own pace. Utilizing the latest manufacturing techniques and the most innovative material, Cushe's footwear conforms to the foot's natural shape, ensuring comfort, protection and stability. The line now consists of three different collections, the Urban Safari, Universal Traveler and Coastal Supremacy and is available in 22 countries. For more details on Cushe, visit