New Exec Appointments at Saucony

Griffin, Cara
April 2006
SGB;Apr2006, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on several executive appointments after the acquisition of Saucony by Stride Rite Corp. in relation to the Saucony and Hind brands. Stride Rite promoted Michael Metcalfe to general manager (GM) of Saucony, and Shawn Neville to group president, Keds and Saucony. Todd Dalhausser was also appointed as GM of Hind. Other appointments at Hind included the promotion of industry veteran Patty Kelly to director of product, and the appointment of Thom Gridley as senior designer.


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