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Nike names Jim Calhoun new CEO of Hurley
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Apr '11
NIKE Inc announced that Jim Calhoun is joining the company as the VP & CEO of Hurley reporting to NIKE, Inc. President of Affiliates Roger Wyett.

Calhoun, 43, joins Nike from Levi Strauss & Company, where he had worked since 2008 as Executive Vice President & President of the Dockers Brand. Before joining Levis Strauss, Calhoun was with The Walt Disney company for more than nine years in a variety of senior roles, most recently as Executive Vice President & General Manager for Disney Consumer Products for North and Latin America. Prior to The Walt Disney Company, Calhoun worked with Nike where he served in a leadership role driving growth for Nike's basketball business.

"Jim's strong experience in consumer products and global brand management and his talent as a merchant will be a great asset to Hurley as we continue to connect with consumers and grow the brand globally," said Roger Wyett, President of the NIKE, Inc. Affiliates. "We are delighted to welcome Jim back to the company. He joins a seasoned management team working closely with company founder Bob Hurley and we look forward to his leadership during this important next chapter of growth for Hurley."

Calhoun has an MBA from the University of Southern California and a B.A. from the University of Connecticut.

Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, Hurley International LLC designs and distributes a line of action sports apparel for surfing, skateboarding and youth lifestyle apparel and footwear under the Hurley brand name.

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