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Weatherproof Vintage signs licensing deal with Komar

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Feb '19
Courtesy: Weatherproof Vintage
Courtesy: Weatherproof Vintage
Weatherproof Vintage, a division of David Peyser Sportswear, has signed a licensing agreement with Komar, an apparel company, specialising in sleepwear, loungewear, intimates, and layering products, to produce children's sleep sets and sleep separates in the USA and Canada. Licensed marks for the collection will include Weatherproof Vintage and Weatherproof.

"We are very proud to partner with Komar on the categories of children's sleepwear," said Ron Rheingold, president of Weatherproof Vintage. "Komar's reputation as an outstanding company and leader in these categories precedes itself. They are the perfect extension of our brands and we look forward to building this business with them."

On the partnership, Randy D Severs, president of Komar Kids, said, "We are incredibly excited to be able to develop and offer Weatherproof Vintage and Weatherproof product to our customers. This partnership is another step in our strategy of developing a portfolio of high quality brands and successful licensing agreements for Kid's sleep sets and Kid's sleep separates." (SV)

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