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Rhythm hires national sales manager

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December 17, 2010 5:25 AM

Press Release:

 

Orange County, CA (December 16, 2010) – Rhythm today announced they have hired Kortney Hastin as the new National Sales Manager for the lifestyle apparel company.

 

Hastin previously acted as the East Coast Regional Manager at Affliction clothing, growing the regional business from 2 million to 19 million annually. Prior to Affliction, Hastin was the National Merchandise Manager for Alpinestars and developed strong relationships with a number of high end boutique’s including Fred Segal, Lisa Kline, Atrium, Nordstrom, Saks 5th Ave and Macy's.

 

“The Rhythm line lends itself perfectly to the cross over customer, someone who cares about personal style but also appreciates technical details. I am so excited to show this line, and help grow the business,” said Kortney Hastin, National Sales Manager for Rhythm.

 

An avid surfer, snowboarder and motocross rider, Hastin is an exciting addition to the Rhythm team.

 

About Rhythm

 

Rhythm, a unique lifestyle apparel company with roots in Australia, draws inspiration from the intersection of board sports, art, music and a casual lifestyle.

 

The company’s products are currently sold in Australia, North America, Canada, Chile, Peru, Japan, Germany, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Benelux and Costa Rica. The Rhythm brand regards the art of riding as creative self- expression. Find your own Rhythm and live well.

 

“Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rhythmlivinusa or visit us on the web at: http://www.rhythmlivin.com

 

 


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