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Active Energy to expand K-Swiss accessory offering
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Sep '10
Active Energy, a division of Accessory Exchange, has inked a deal with K-Swiss to become its exclusive accessory licensee. Rich Stober will serve as President over the new division and under his leadership, Active Energy will produce and distribute accessories to include socks, sport bags, and headwear.

"The combination of our expertise in the accessory market and the power that the K-Swiss brand provides will be the perfect platform to springboard K-Swiss into these very important categories," noted Abe Dweck, CEO Active Energy, a division of Accessory Exchange.

The collection of accessories is scheduled to hit shelves during the second quarter of 2011. Distribution will be focused on department stores, sport specialty shops and family shoe chains.

"We have been actively seeking out the right partner to expand our accessory offering. We have found that partner in Accessory Exchange," said David Nichols, Executive Vice President of K-Swiss.

Headquartered in New York City, Active Energy is a division of Accessory Exchange, a privately held company that manufactures accessories for both the private label and branded market. Accessory Exchange has just marked its 100th anniversary in 2009.

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