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Marvin Springer heads to Ambiguous

By Press Releases
July 25, 2011 2:27 PM

 

Press Release:

 

SANTA ANA, CA (July 2011) AMBIG Clothing, an impactful and progressive, yet focused men’s clothing brand inspired by art, music, and skate culture is proud to announce the appointment of Marvin Springer to the position of National Sales Manager. The appointment is effective immediately.

 

Springer will focus on managing and driving the efforts of the domestic and international sales force as well as working with the design and marketing teams to help create relevant collections and support for the brand. He will report directly to newly appointed AMBIG President, Christie Vogt.

 

“Marvin is going to be a tremendous asset to the brand,” said Vogt. “He brings years of experience in sales management and strong relationships within the Action Sports Industry. His leadership skills will provide the driving force behind an already great brand.”

 

Springer most recently held the position of South West Sales and Key Accounts for TLFI - True Love & False Idols and prior to that he was National Sales Manager for Element Skateboards and Sales Manager Key Accounts for Sole Technology, respectively.

 

“I am very excited with the opportunities that present themselves at AMBIG. I'm ready to hit the ground running,” said Springer. “I look forward to being a part of the AMBIG brand team and working together with them to further contribute to their success in the men's premium apparel segment.”

 

 

About Ambig Clothing

 

Combining influences from their skateboarding roots and inspiration from music, art, and fashion, AMBIG Clothing continues the support of a professional skate team and the art and music communities. Based in the heart of Orange County, CA, in Santa Ana, Ambig houses a skate facility, art studio and mural space.

 

Offering an artist collective organization called 4A “Ambiguous Addicted Artists Association,” AMBIG works closely with a variety of artists and photographers for various projects and limited edition releases. Since the mid-90’s, AMBIG Clothing has kept its authenticity and continues to strive to a high-level of execution; keeping the company small and focused. The staff has years of experience, and can take ownership of their specialization – making for a tight knit family. Please visit www.ambig.com for more information.

 

 

 

 


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