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May 9, 2014

ASGA President Greg Kerr to step down

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Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA) President, Greg Kerr, has announced he will step down from the board following his resignation from adidas, which takes effect on 31 July 2014.

Mr Kerr served on the board since October 2010 and has been President since August 2013.

Executive Director of ASGA, Shannon Walker, said “Greg has been a fantastic Board member and President, taking a leadership role within the sporting goods sector that will be sorely missed.”

“Greg will finish his term as President and on the board when he leaves adidas at the end of July. In the meantime, the board will consider who is best placed to replace him as President and we will discuss with wholesale members to see who is interested in taking up a position on the board.”

“ASGA has been very lucky to have had Greg leading the organisation. He’s provided great advice and insight about the sector and what we want to accomplish to me personally and I thank him for all his hard work.”


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