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Dana Dean to work with neckwear company Gitman
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Aug '11
Gitman Bros. are extremely happy to announce the promotion of team member, Dana Dean, as their newly appointed National Sales Manager. Gitman has already had a wildly successful year with the release of several new shirt designs and styles as well as the total overhaul of their online neckwear collection. The company is planning to continue the trend of running strong by bringing on inventive salesman, Dana Dean.

Dean, originally a salesman and manager for Nordstrom in Atlanta, Georgia has been with Gitman for a mere 14 months. While working with IAG, Dean not only provided new business for Gitman, but also incorporated inventive and ultimately successful retail methods for Gitman shirts and neckwear at specialty stores that sell Gitman products. Gitman is planning on further instilling fresh new ideas into their merchandising strategies, with Dean managing their national sales. Dean will continue to work directly with Gitman COO, Larry Marshall and president of Gitman, John Minahan.

In regards to the recently appointed National Sales Manager, Minahan stated, “Dana came to us without wholesale experience but quickly showed us that passion for product trumps all in our business. The values he personally has, combined with a Nordstrom first class platform and his love of menswear has made him a natural choice to lead Gitman sales.”

Gitman Bros. dress shirts and neckwear are available in some of the finest menswear stores across the globe. Gitman also has the entirety of their clothing available online at its website with many customizable options to assure that customers are offered the same variety of Gitman styles as they would in a brick and mortar store.

Gitman Bros. is happy to state that their clothing is manufactured entirely in the United States, and is headquartered in Ashland, Pennsylvania. The company has been making fine men's dress shirts for over 30 years. Gitman strives to clothe men in fine shirts and neckwear that combine both modern and classic aesthetic.

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