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Pukka Headwear buys seven7under from John Bond
23
Apr '08
Pukka Headwear, designer and manufacturer of premium golf headwear, officially announces its acquisition of upstart headwear brand seven7under from John Bond. As a part of the acquisition, Pukka has added Mr. Bond as Vice President of Sales.

A twenty two (22) year headwear industry veteran, Bond most recently spent seven (7) years as the President of Pukka competitor, Imperial Headwear. His salesmanship, keen eye for innovative products and leadership experience immediately strengthen Pukka's already solid position as a leader in the golf headwear industry.

“seven7under greatly compliments our current product line. It's the piece of the puzzle that strategically positions us to capture “core logo” business which we are currently not known for in the industry. Anyone who knows Pukka recognizes us for our ability to place multiple hits and eye-catching extreme decor on quality fabrics”, explains Shawn Rogers, President of Pukka Headwear.

“The opportunity to absorb a pioneered brand and at the same time add an industry veteran the caliber of John Bond provides us with the right product mix and leadership/vision to make an even bigger impact in the golf market”, adds Rogers.

Bond comments; “This opportunity is an early smart move to partner with a high-energy, prominent and well-managed force in Pukka. Together we create a whole new paradigm for golf headwear sourcing, innovation, merchandising and pure bottom line success”.

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