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Vetta Brands Gets New CEO

Vetta Brands Gets New CEO
NORTH AMERICA–Vetta Brands, a specialist in licensed and wholesale blank apparel and headwear, has appointed Glenn Silbert as the company’s chief executive officer.

The former Under Armour executive will oversee Vetta’s portfolio, which includes Top of the World Licensed Group and J. America Wholesale Blanks.

NORTH AMERICA–Vetta Brands, a specialist in licensed and wholesale blank apparel and headwear, has appointed Glenn Silbert as the company’s chief executive officer.

Prior to joining the company, Silbert most recently served as senior vice president of product and global brand licensing at Under Armour. He has also held a variety of roles in all areas of consumer products–including merchandising, sourcing, marketing, operations and strategic planning–with Gap, Macy’s, Foot Locker and Carter’s.

“We believe that Glenn is a wonderful fit for the company we are today and what we aspire to be,” says Faust Capobianco IV, executive chairman, board of directors, Vetta. “Glenn believes in the tremendous people, organizational capabilities and license partnerships we possess, as well as our vision to be the leading brand manager and apparel partner for bringing brands to life.”

Vetta’s portfolio includes Top of the World Licensed Group, which holds licenses with more than 700 colleges and universities, John Deere and numerous military and resort brands. Its portfolio also includes J. America Wholesale Blanks, which creates blank goods in the imprinted apparel market.

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