USA: New Head For Hosiery Association
In July, Yoe joined Crescent Hosiery Mills, Inc as president and CEO. Prior to that, he was president and CEO of DeSoto Mills. In 1987, he became vice president of Walton Monroe, working in manufacturing, finance and accounting. He joined Walton Monroe after working with Avondale Mills in various sales, marketing, and controller capacities.
"The current U.S. business environment is in a state of rapid structural change," Yoe stated. "There are megatrends driving this change. We will either react to the changes these trends bring or be acted upon by the change."
About the Hosiery Association
The Hosiery Association represents the interests of domestic and international companies that produce all types of men's, women's and children's hosiery, representing approximately 90 per cent of all the hosiery sold in the United States.
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