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Casual clothing and workwear retailer on the hunt for a new CFO


Duluth Holdings is losing its finance chief.

Mark DeOrio, the company’s CFO, will retire at the end of 2017. DeOrio will remain in his role until the next finance chief is appointed, and he will then assist with his successor’s transition until his retirement. DeOrio has held the role since August 2010. He also served as senior VP of operations from 2010 to January 2015.

“Mark has made significant contributions to Duluth Trading over the course of his seven-year career with us, and he has been a true partner to our entire management team,” said Stephanie Pugliese, CEO of Duluth Trading.

“We will be forever grateful for his dedication to building an outstanding finance team, his guidance as we evolved from a privately-held company to the public-company arena, and his unwavering commitment to being an outstanding ambassador for Duluth Trading,” she added. “We look forward to Mark’s continued leadership as we conduct our CFO search and execute an orderly transition to his successor.”

Prior to joining Duluth in 2010, he was CFO and VP of operations at eBags, and VP and CFO at Case Logic. His 40-year career in the consumer products industry also included nine years with KPMG.

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