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Beyond Clothing, the industry’s only outdoor apparel manufacturer to offer a modular cold weather layering system and customized jackets and pants made entirely in the USA, recently hired Dan Kouba to take charge of the company’s public relations efforts. Kouba will work alongside Beyond Clothing founder Scott Jones to increase retail and tactical brand awareness at industry tradeshows, through product placement and reviews in print, television and online communities, and by way of grassroots and professional athlete sponsorship.
Kouba brings to Beyond over 15 years of experience in product research and development, newspaper and magazine writing, project management and marketing. An admitted bike bum and FUEL TV junkie, Kouba holds a B.A. from Sierra Nevada College.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, via his blog at http://blog.beyondclothing.com and at (800) 741-3369.
About Beyond Clothing: Founded in 1996 by Scott Jones, Beyond recently made the move from Eugene, Oregon, to Seattle. The company utilizes durable and versatile fabrics from Schoeller, Polartec, EPIC by Nextec, Primaloft and W.L. Gore.
Beyond is the official manufacturer and supplier of U.S. Special Operations Command Custom PCU Cold Weather Layering system. The system is based on the fabrics and experience of the larger Protective Combat Uniform program, yet is enhanced and fully integrated with Beyond technologies that include dynamic patterning for a custom fit, advanced designs, integrated layering, computerized cutting systems and use of lamination for decreased weight and increased durability.
For more information visit www.beyondclothing.com