Sharper Image Names Anthony to Lead Merchandising

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.-Camelot Venture Group, the license holders and operators of the Sharperimage.com e-commerce platform and catalog business has hired Mark Anthony as senior vice president and general merchandise manager. He will be responsible for developing, sourcing and merchandising products.

Most recently, Anthony served as operational vice president/GMM at Brookstone where he oversaw all merchandising for the company's Web site and catalogs for the last 12 years.

"We're thrilled that Mark decided to join us and head up our merchandising team," said David Katzman, Camelot Venture Group managing partner. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and 23 plus years of experience in merchandising specialty retail on both the online and catalog sides of the business."

Camelot relaunched the Sharper Image Web site in October, and will mail catalogs in time for Father's Day 2010, the company said in a statement.

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