Fashion statement

Hofman, Mike
October 1997
Inc.;1997 Inc. 500, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p200
Looks at four chief executive officers wearing various costumes. Greg Sullivan of G.A. Sullivan; Mike Stopka of Design Toscano; Alston Noah of Pinnacle Group Inc.; Bill Pegnato of Pegnato & Pegnato, with salesman Doug Wetton and operations vice-president Bill Baley.


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