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The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center—formerly called the Surfing Heritage Foundation—recently raised about $680,000 through live and silent auctions featuring surfboards, books and other items.
Elizabeth Segerstrom was on hand last week at the South Coast Plaza Dior store for the opening of a new exhibit celebrating the work of the French luxury house.
Quiksilver, Billabong Look to Get Back on Track
Two of the surfwear industry’s largest companies—Quiksilver and Billabong—stand at a crossroads, and executive turnover among other changes may be keys to finding their way.
Biggest Turnover in 21-Year History
This year’s OC 50 has an unprecedented infusion of new blood.
OC INSIDER by Jerry Sullivan
Newport Beach-based startup Green Automotive Co. has been plenty busy lately, thanks in part to recent orders for hundreds of shuttle buses to be delivered in two years.
Irvine-based apparel licensor La Jolla Group Inc. last week named a new chief executive from within the company’s ranks, an appointment that took effect immediately.
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
APPAREL: Campaign for training gear targets females as growth market
Executives at eyewear and apparel maker Oakley Inc. hope to grow women’s apparel sales with a focus on activewear and a new side to the company’s bold attitude.
Company Will Launch Marketing Campaign
MWW is now the public relations agency of record for Irvine-based footwear manufacturer Sanuk, in Media & Marketing
Buena Park has more than 1,300 businesses, and they collectively employ nearly 24,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
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Irvine-based Boot Barn announced plans to acquire a Texas western wear retailer.