Marcolin Group (Italy Stock Market: MCL.MI) announced today Marcolin
Brasil will become part of Marcolin USA, the organization for North and
South America led for almost 4 years by Fabrizio Gamberini.
Marcello Reverzani, Marcolin Brasil General Manager, has been with
Marcolin Group for many years. Started as a sales associate, he
contributed to the establishment of Marcolin Brasil more than 10 years
ago. He will now report to Marcolin USA.
With over 280 employees, Marcolin USA, is the Marcolin Group Americas
entity. Based in Scottsdale, AZ (HQ), with full responsibility for North
and South America, together with a showroom in New York and a Product
Development office in Miami, Marcolin USA (MUSA) is approaching the
completion of challenging, still positive, first semester of 2012, after
an excellent YTD in 2012. Coming from a record growth in 2011, +17.6% vs
year before, Marcolin USA is ready now to integrate the complexity (and
the great potential) of Brasil in the full Latin America commercial
Fabrizio Gamberini, ceo for Marcolin USA said: “Brasil is a critical
growth market for Marcolin USA and Marcolin Group. With two major
sporting events on the horizon, the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the
Olympic Games in 2016, we have a tremendous opportunity to connect
deeper with our consumers and transform the marketplace also during
these two major tourist events that will centralize attention in the
ABOUT MARCOLIN S.P.A.
Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, Marcolin is a leading eyewear
company that stands out in the luxury market for its premium quality,
attention to detail and first-rate distribution. In 2011 the company
distributed an estimated 6 million pairs of eyeglasses and sunglasses in
more than 800 models. Its licensed brand portfolio includes: Balenciaga,
Cover Girl Eyewear, Diesel Shades, DSquared2 Eyewear, Hogan Eyewear,
John Galliano Eyewear, Just Cavalli Eyewear, Kenneth Cole New York,
Kenneth Cole Reaction, Miss Sixty Glasses, Montblanc Eyewear, Replay
Eyes, Roberto Cavalli Eyewear, Swarovski, Timberland, Tods Eyewear, Tom
Ford Eyewear. The Groups own brands include Marcolin and Web Eyewear.