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Ms. Jozwick resigns from Wet Seal to pursue new opportunity
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May '08
The Wet Seal Inc, a leading specialty retailer to young women, announced that Dyan Jozwick, Chief Merchandise Officer (CMO) for its Wet Seal division, has resigned from the Company to pursue other professional interests.

Ms. Jozwick will remain with the Company through May 30, 2008, to assist with transition of her responsibilities.

Ed Thomas, chief executive officer for The Wet Seal Inc, commented: "I would like to thank Dyan for her two years of stewardship over Wet Seal merchandising.

Under her leadership, Wet Seal built upon the successful merchandising turnaround of that division that occurred in 2005. We wish Dyan all the best in the future."

Mr. Thomas continued: "At Wet Seal, we have a strong, fast-fashion merchandising team that was built over the past several years by various merchant leaders, and the merchandising strategy is substantially complete for the upcoming back-to-school season.

During our search for a new Wet Seal chief merchant, I will take a more active role in the oversight of that organization."

Wet Seal Inc


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