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PacSun Marketing SVP leaves

Robert Cameron, formerly SVP
Robert Cameron, formerly SVP of Marketing at PacSun, with PacSun CEO Gary Schoenfeld and Fox's Kurt Schleicher and Jim Anfuso at PacSun's Beach Ballyhoo this summer. Shop-eat-surf file photo.
By Tiffany Montgomery
October 27, 2010 1:40 PM

PacSun Marketing SVP Robert Cameron's employment with the industry's largest retail customer has ended.

 

Robert joined PacSun in January, in what was described as a key position under new CEO Gary Schoenfeld.

 

PacSun has been working more closely with industry brands to take advantage of and highlight the multiple and varied marketing inititaves put forth by brands each year.

 

PacSun also worked with the brands to produce the PacSun Beach Ballyhoo in Santa Monica to kick off the summer.

 

In a filing with the SEC, PacSun said Robert's employment with the company ended Monday. No reason for his departure was given.

 

Robert, who earned a $325,000 annual base salary, is entitled to severance payments, the company said.

 

Previously, Robert was vice president of Levi's brand marketing.

 

 


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