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2009 Power 50 List

2009 RANK
NAME
COMPANY
2008 RANK
1
Nicolas Paillot & Paul Lage
BIC, Norwood
4
2
Marty Lott
SanMar
1
3
Greg Muzzillo & Vera Muzzillo
Proforma
8
4
Marc Simon
Halo/Lee Wayne
6
5
Gene Geiger & Jo-an Lantz
Geiger
5
6
Eric Bensussen & Jay Deutsch
BDA
2
7
Nick Coe
Lands' End
Not on list
8
Philippe Varnier & David Nicholson
Polyconcept
7
9
Trevor Gnesin
Logomark
13
10
Rich Witaszak
Staples Promotional Products
Not on list
11
Kevin Lyons-Tarr
4imprint
16
12
Jack Ma
Alibaba.com
15
13
David Woods
Adventures in Advertising
12
14
Bob Lederer & Jeff Lederer
Prime Line
17
15
Thomas Myers
Broder Bros.
10
16
Craig Callaway
eCompanyStore
19
17
Ross Silverstein
iPROMOTEu
34
18
Jonathan Isaacson
Gemline
33
19
Ira Neaman
Vantage Apparel
26
20
Jack So
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Not on list
21
Anthony Corsano
Anvil Knitwear
Not on list
22
Glenn Chamandy
Gildan
Not on list
23
Dan Welborne
Workflow One
25
24
Ray Titus
EmbroidMe
21
25
Kurt Kaeser
Kaeser & Blair
29
26
Sarah Benecke
Global Sources
22
27
Keith Walters
Ennis Inc.
20
28
Peter Seidler, Bill Korowitz, Jim Hagan
Seidler Equity/Magnet Group/Sweda
28
29
Eric Belcher
Inner Workings
27
30
Mike Rhodes
Bodek and Rhodes
37
31
Eric Rubin
Blue Generation
Not on list
32
Glen Taylor & Jean Taylor
Taylor Corporation
14
33
Alan Vaught
Evans Manufacturing
36
34
Dov Charney
American Apparel
24
35
Larry Zavadil
American Solutions For Business
35
36
Brandon Mackay & Charley Johnson
Snugz
38
37
Marc Roy
Accolade Reaction
39
38
Bonni Shevin Sandy
Dard
49
39
Jeff Balagna
Carlson
30
40
Steve Maritz
Maritz
31
41
Chris Vernon
The Vernon Co.
40
42
Bill Schmidt Sr.
Hit Promotional Products
44
43
Memo Kahan
PromoShop
18
44
Steve Slagle, Paul Bellantone & Sherri Lennarson
PPAI
47
45
Catherine Monson
FastSigns International
43
46
Maribeth Sandford
Bag Makers
Not on list
47
Derek Block
Touchstone
Not on list
48
Judith Zimmerman
Artcraft
Not on list
49
Michael Nick
Senator
Not on list
50
Mary Ann Farmer
Magna-Tel
45

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