IAG promotes four executives at Oxxford, Measure Up, Gitman and Corbin

by Harry Sheff

NEW YORK—Individualized Apparel Group has promoted four executives in its Oxxford, Measure Up, Gitman and Corbin businesses. IAG president Joe Blair announced the promotions of Bob Denton, Jay Myers, Dana Dean and Sara Hutchison in a statement today.

“At IAG we believe you don’t build a business, you build people and people build the business,” commented Blair. “I am confident that these are the right people to build our businesses into the future.”

Oxxford sales director Bob Denton has been promoted to president of Chicago-based Oxxford Clothes. Denton, who started his career as a buyer for Norton Ditto in Houston and has held sales management positions at Zegna and Robert Talbott, joined Oxxford in 2011. He will be based in Dallas.

Jay Myers, the VP of sales for IAG’s Lafayette, Tenn-based Measure Up custom shirt business, is now the president. He started at IAG’s Individualized Shirts business as Southeast sales manager in 2006 and became VP of sales for Measure Up in 2010. He will be based in Atlanta.

Dana Dean, who has been with IAG since 2008, has been promoted to VP of sales for Gitman shirts and neckwear. Prior to joining IAG, Dean worked for Nordstrom. He will be based in Atlanta.

Sara Hutchison, who is responsible for Gitman-Corbin Northeast and showroom sales, adds the title of marketing director for Gitman-Corbin Ready Made. She has been with IAG since 2009.

All four executives will report to Blair.