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Haggar Clothing adds Don Schneider as VP Director - Sales
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May '13
Haggar Clothing Co. announced the appointment of Don Schneider, as Vice President Director of Sales.

Mr. Schneider assumed his new role effective April 1, 2013, and his areas of responsibility include leading the continued growth and management of the Haggar Clothing Co. top national accounts focusing on Haggar dress shirts and sweater collections, and Haggar C18 golf collection. He will report to Tadd Parnell, Senior Vice President National Sales Manager.

An industry veteran, Mr. Schneider has over 25 years of broad-based sales marketing and merchandising experience in the men's apparel industry. Over the last 15 years, Mr. Schneider has held several successively senior roles throughout Hampshire Group, most recently as Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing.

In that capacity, Mr. Schneider was responsible for the management of the Joseph Abboud, Dockers and Geoffery Beene brands. Mr. Schneider began his career as a Regional Sales Manager for Christian Dior, and he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Ithaca College.

"We are excited to welcome Don to our senior team," said Tad Parnell . "With over 25 years of success and experience with some of the most well-known brands in menswear, he has a demonstrated track record of disciplined leadership. He will be a strong partner as we continue to execute our long-term strategic growth objectives for the Haggar brands."

About Haggar Clothing Co.:

Since its beginnings in a one-room office in Dallas, Texas in 1926, Haggar Clothing Co. has grown from a manufacturer of men's fine dress pants and slacks, into one of the most recognized and original apparel brands in the market.

Haggar coined the term "slacks" in 1938, and continued to lead menswear innovation with the introduction of pre-cuffed pants, expandable-waist pants, wrinkle-free cotton casual pants, and suit separates. In addition to its Haggar brand, the company has developed and launched the highly successful and eco-friendly LK Life Khaki brand.

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