40 UNDER 40: 2011

May 2011
SGB;May/Jun2011, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article offers information on several people under the age 40 in the sports goods industry. It states that in 2006 Nate Alder, founder of the company Klymit used noble gases to insulate dry suits while diving in cold waters. It mentions that Jeremy Andrus, president at Skullcandy Inc. earlier worked as strategic planner at Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group. Willy Booker, president at Nordica USA Inc. attended the University of Vermont Business School.


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