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Irvine, Calif. (August 26, 2010) – We’re sure glad he gets it. Recently Brian Sanders was named National Sales Manager for Lost Clothing. Sanders* will oversee all aspects of national sales, including heading up the internal and external sales force, as well as holding hands and giving that “special” quality time to key …Lost accounts across the country.
Brian spent the last eight-ish years growing Alpinestars clothing line, but make no mistake, his surfing forehand snap ranks up there with some of the best.
“I’m extremely excited to join …Lost and the La Jolla Group family,” said Sanders. “…Lost has a long history of producing high-end, quality surfboards and attitude-inspired surf clothing. The recent addition of the Surfskate line rounds out our brand portfolio and helps to tell a very compelling story to our retailers and consumers alike. I’m looking forward to hitting the road with our reps and working with retailers to help grow the …Lost brand.”
You can make an appointment to see Brian at the upcoming Surf Expo tradeshow in Orlando , FL from September 10-12, or while he’s out on the road visiting retailers with his new sales team.
Lost Clothing USA (DCC) is the domestic licensee of …Lost apparel. Lost was born around ‘91 or ‘93 in San Clemente, California with the simple premise of not being lost in the ‘herd’ of mainstream sports but rather immersed in the surfing and skating lifestyle of Southern California. Now, 19 or 17 years later, …Lost continues to thrive with the brand reaching over 35 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.lostenterprises.com.