November 2009
SGB;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p64
Trade Publication
An interview with Rob DeMartini, the president of New Balance, is presented. When asked about his passion for sports, DeMartini cites of being involved in baseball, soccer, track and golf since childhood which makes him as an athletic person. He shares that routing of papers in the morning has taught him the importance of strong work ethic. DeMartini has learned the value of a shared culture at Procter & Gamble within his 20 years of service.


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