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  1. Outdoor panel: Break out of the mold to hire more women

    sickening; we need people thinking differently and bringing different perspectives we don’t have" — Pat Cunnane, ASI McCoy said leaders have to acknowledge and overcome biases about hiring women, ...

    Posted October 2, 2013 in North America

  2. Osprey adds Motion Representation for Midwest sales

    the industry. We're thrilled to add Dennis, Nick and Pat to the Osprey family." ...

    Posted July 8, 2014 in North America

  3. Interbike's industry party to have Canadian theme

    will be entered to win fun prizes throughout the night." Interbike vice president Pat Hus said, ...

    Posted July 24, 2014 in North America

  4. Industry veteran Ellen Johnson joins ASI

    the growing ranks of women there, which number 15 out of more than 60 employees. ASI’s Cunnane has spoken ...

    Posted November 5, 2013 in North America

  5. Interbike adds lower-level exhibition space

    inundated with booth requests,” said Pat Hus, vice president of Interbike. “We’re glad to have been able ...

    Posted July 10, 2014 in North America

  6. BPSA unveils new website

    and legislative, safety, and statistics,"said Pat Hus,  BPSA's marketing committee chairman and vice ...

    Posted July 1, 2014 in North America

  7. ASI adds to its product group staff

    camaraderie with the entire company there when I met them, from Pat (Cunnane, ASI's president) on down.” ...

    Posted January 17, 2014 in North America

  8. Interbike announces award categories for industry gala

    Nominees will be announced in two stages, in early July and early August. Pat Hus, the vice president ...

    Posted June 19, 2014 in North America

  9. ASI shifts manufacturing of bikes for EU

    said Pat Cunnane, ASI president and CEO. “Since we began our strategic partnership in 2001 and Ideal ...

    Posted August 9, 2013 in International

  10. U.S. Product Safety Overhaul Inches Closer

    Product Safety Commission) [enacts these higher standards],” Cunnane said. “There’s definitely no industry resistance to standards that make sense.” Federal standards “that make sense,” Cunnane said, would ...

    Posted July 31, 2008 in North America

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