Chargebacks Topic of AAFA Seminar

September 2004
Home Textiles Today;9/27/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the seminar hosted by American Apparels and Footwear Association ( AAFA). Tactics and tips for handling charge-back will be the theme of the seminar hosted by the AAFA. Keynote speakers will be Kevin Persons, manager of logistics supplier compliance at JCPenney, and Beth Enslow, a retail analyst with The Aberdeen Group. The day-long event, starts from 8 a.m. to 4:35 p.m., will include many case studies. Jones Apparel Group and Reebok International Ltd., as well as sessions on the legal aspects of charge-backs and negotiation strategies.


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