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Bussiere leaves La Jolla

By Tiffany Montgomery
June 30, 2011 8:26 AM

 

La Jolla Group President and CFO Bill Bussiere has left the company.

 

La Jolla Group has multiple brands under its licensing umbrella, including O’Neill Clothing, Rusty, Metal Mulisha, FMF, True Love & False Idols, and a new relationship with The Berrics.

 

Bill is reportedly taking a new job in the industry, which has not yet been disclosed.

 

Bill is an experienced executive who joined La Jolla after working for years at Quiksilver.

 

La Jolla Group CEO Toby Bost said, "It's bittersweet to see him go this soon, but we accomplished a lot strategically in a short period of time together. We are setup with the right people and brands to drive growth over the next three years. The opportunity for La Jolla Group has never been more clear."

 

 

 


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