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|Wednesday, July 27, 2011|
Boot brand Garmont North America, Inc. is moving its headquarters from Vermont to Portland.
Garmont NA president David Fee...[said] he did not know how many of the brand's 12 employees would move from the Williston offices near Burlington to Portland.
Fee, who has been with Garmont for about a month, is a Portland resident. He has worked for Portland-based Yakima Products since 2005, most recently as senior director of sales, North America, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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