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Jim Sepanek joins Signature Eyewear
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Sep '08
Signature Eyewear Inc announces that Jim Sepanek has joined the company and will be responsible for business development activities, including sales, product development and brand management.

An executive with over 15 years in the optical industry, Sepanek brings global experience in the frame and sunglass segments that will provide an immediate benefit to Signature Eyewear.

Sepanek possesses vast experience in product development having designed collections for Revo, Timberland, Converse and Barbie among others.

"This solid product foundation has given Jim unique insights to brand management and business development that will help Signature drive sales in its key accounts and international markets," noted Michael Prince, CEO of Signature Eyewear.

Sepanek will be responsible for the continued evolution of Signature's Dakota Smith, Hart Schaffner & Marx, Cutter & Buck and Hummer brands.

Signature Eyewear Inc


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