Convertibles by Glogover Hosiery arrives at Duane Reade
EDGEWATER, N.J. — This month, expect to see performance pantyhose in the hosiery aisle at Duane Reade.
Glogover Hosiery said its Convertibles line, available in four sizes and in black and nude colors, touts the first-ever performance pantyhose with a seamless toe flap, giving its user more ways to wear the pantyhose, including a closed toe, open toe or at ankle-high length.
Convertibles by Glogover Hosiery will roll out in Duane Reade stores in New York and New Jersey for a suggested retail price of $9.99.
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Anchor Bay Entertainment announces DVD release of ‘Your Love Never Fails’
NEW YORK — Anchor Bay Entertainment is bringing a story of love and family to DVD this spring.
"Your Love Never Fails," starring Elisa Donovan, centers around Laura (Donovan), a woman who is raising her 9-year-old daughter while trying to excel in her career as an investment banker in New York. After Laura’s estranged husband, Dylan, files for joint custody for their daughter, Laura must return to her hometown in Texas and soon learns to re-prioritize her life.
"Your Love Never Fails" will arrive in stores nationwide April 5 for a suggested retail price of $19.98.
Greg Rayburn joins A&P’s board
MONTVALE, N.J. — Bankrupt grocer A&P has announced the election of Greg Rayburn to its board of directors, replacing Dr. Jens-Jürgen Böckel, who has resigned from the board.
"We are pleased to welcome Greg to A&P’s board. His experience in leading companies through critical transitions will be invaluable to the board. I am looking forward to working with Greg as we continue to execute on A&P’s comprehensive turnaround under Sam Martin’s leadership," stated A&P chairman Christian Haub. Haub continued, "I also want to thank Jens for his contributions to the board over nearly seven years. We wish him well in his future endeavors."
Rayburn has more than 28 years of experience leading companies and maximizing enterprise value through strategic and competitive challenges in a wide range of industries, including retail, freight, manufacturing, telecommunications, gaming, hospitality, home building and health care.
Most recently, Rayburn served as the CEO of the New York City Off Track Betting Corp., where, at the request of the Governor of New York, he developed a reorganization plan and led negotiations with state racetracks and unions. He has also served as CEO of Magna Entertainment Corp., Syntax-Brillian Corp., International Outsourcing Services, Muzak Holdings LLC and Sunterra Corp. Earlier in his career, he was chief restructuring officer of WorldCom — then the largest U.S. bankruptcy filing to-date.