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Executive Summary

William Patch appointed president and CEO, succeeding Rachmil Lekach, who steps down to pursue other business interests. Prior to joining perfumania.com, Patch worked at VP-Incorporated, a company he founded. While at VP-Incorporated, Patch developed and managed global enterprise network programs, professional services, logistics, acquisitions, sales and strategic planning for clients like Compaq, Dell, IBM and Kodak. Perfumania.com went public in June (1"The Rose Sheet" June 14, 1999, In Brief)

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