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Mr. Lively resigns from Maidenform Brands

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Feb '08
Maidenform Brands Inc a global branded marketer of intimate apparel, announced the resignation of Dorvin Lively, effective March 17, 2008, as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Mr. Lively, who has served the Company since November 2004, will be departing to pursue an opportunity located in Chicago, Illinois, with a non-competitor.

Mr. Lively will be with Maidenform through the reporting of the Company's financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 29, 2007. The Company has commenced a national search for Mr. Lively's successor.

"We greatly appreciate Dorvin's contributions to the business and wish him much success in the future," said Thomas J. Ward, Chief Executive Officer at Maidenform.

"Dorvin led the effort in building the Company's financial reporting infrastructure and as a result of his leadership, we are fortunate to have a strong financial team in place to make this transition seamless.

The Board of Directors and the rest of the Maidenform team wish to thank Dorvin for his dedication and service to the Company."

As previously announced, Maidenform will release its fourth quarter and fiscal 2007 results after the market close on March 4, 2008, with a conference call and webcast on March 5, 2008, at 8:30 a.m. ET to review these results and provide an update on the overall business.

Maidenform Brands Inc


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