(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Eric Ehrens is exiting his position as major account representative at DG Brands at the end of the year. He also told BODY that he is no longer the executive director of the Altitude Intimates lingerie trade show although he continues to be involved and does remain as one of several “owners” of the event.
Ehrens was recognized “for over a quarter century of leadership and service” by “Christopher Scharff, DG CEO, at its recent Las Vegas sales meeting,” according to a company release. Scharff “bestowed Eric with the Grand Patricia A. Fischer Memorial Leadership Award, named in honor of DG’s founder,” and was quoted in the release, “Eric has played a significant role in the growth and direction of DG Brands during his tenure. Indeed, it has been Eric’s commitment and leadership which helped make DG Brands an important lingerie and costume brand. Eric is widely respected by his peers and the industry for his many accomplishments and long-term success. He was truly a game-changer for Dreamgirl. In honor of Eric, this will be the final time DG Brands bestows this award.”
The statement from the company, which owns the Dreamgirl brand among others, continued: “Concurrent with this recognition, Eric will be missed when he departs Dreamgirl at the end of the 2017 calendar year. At that time, Eric’s major account responsibilities will transition to Susan Feldman, EVP and chief merchandising officer, who will work in conjunction with the DG Brands global sales leader, Tiffany Cartigiano. DG Brands wishes Eric well as he continues his many business and personal pursuits.” — NM
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