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Jackthreads appoints former CCS Senior Buyer as new Divisional Merchandise Manager

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June 15, 2011 9:19 AM

Press Release:

 

Jackthreads.com, the men’s members-only shopping club, is pleased to announce the appointment of Evan Josloff, former Senior Buyer of CCS, a division of Foot Locker, as the company’s new Divisional Merchandise Manager.

 

Based in the New York office, Evan will be responsible for the development and management of merchandise divisions across the organization.

 

During Josloff’s tenure at CCS, he increased sales of apparel and accessories by over 200 percent, due in part to his successful launch of the “CCS branded” private label apparel line.

 

Prior to joining CCS, Josloff served as Senior Merchant and Director of Stores for Blades Board and Skate, LLC.

 

“We’re thrilled to welcome Evan to the team. He has a proven track record of increasing sales and profitability at each company he's worked for, and I’m positive that Evan will play a vital role in taking Jackthreads to the next level,” said Jason Ross, Founder of Jackthreads.

 

“Jackthreads is experiencing tremendous growth and popularity. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to help grow the e-commerce lifestyle platform that Jason built with the high caliber team that he assembled,” said Josloff.

 

Jackthreads currently boasts over 900,000 members in the U.S. and Canada.

 

 


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