May 2006
License!;May2006, Vol. 9 Issue 4, pR26
Trade Publication
The article presents industry tributes to Warner Bros. Consumer Products head Dan Romanelli on the eve of his retirement from Warner Bros., including those by Greg Raymond, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Licensing, Hallmark Cards, Chris Hilicki, Vice Chairman, Dalmatian Press, Jim Black, President, TSB Licensing, and Gary Caplan, President, Gary Caplan, Inc.


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