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Carve Designs announces addition of two new regions


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Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes on board

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 22 October, 2009 : - - Mill Valley, Ca -- Women’s surf lifestyle manufacturer, Carve Designs, announces the addition of Margaret Hobe in the Mid-Atlantic and Michelle Marsh in the Great Lakes as new regional sales representatives for the brand.

“We’re very excited to welcome Michelle and Margaret to our team,” Nicole Chabot, Carve Designs Sales Director stated. “Together they round out an already fantastic sales force, giving us national distribution.  Both are extraordinary, professional women and will represent Carve well in these territories which, until now, have not yet been fully explored for our brand.”

Currently out of Wyncote, PA, Margaret Hobe also represents Bordan, Hi Tec, Bogs and Injinji.  “It is great to be a part of a growing brand that resonates so well with the consumer,” stated Hobe.  “Carve is filling a true void in the market with great fit, fabrics, colors and design and I am excited to help grow the brand in the Mid-Atlantic territory.”

Michelle Marsh of Minneapolis, MN based BRM Reps, picks up the Carve Designs line in addition to Fera, Grandoe, Isis, Lowa, Mountainsmith, Screamer, Superfeet and Tubbs.  “Carve Designs offers a very appealing selection of women’s lifestyle clothing to our customer base and fits nicely with our current product lines,” said Marsh. 

Carve Designs will be showing the 2010 fall/winter collection at both the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market and Surf Expo in January, 2010.

About Carve Designs: Started by a pair of female surfers during a 2003 surf trip to Mexico, Carve Designs has evolved from a single line of women’s surf apparel to an active apparel company for women offering a full range of technical water wear, après surf and lifestyle clothing collections. Carve Designs and the female athletes who inspire the brand, are just like the women it targets -- vibrant, creative and versatile.

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