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Registration now open to all for our Dec. 8 Executive Roundtable with Gary Schoenfeld

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  • PacSun CEO Gary Schoenfeld

Registration is now open to all for our Executive Roundtable on Dec. 8, when I'll interview Pacific Sunwear CEO Gary Schoenfeld in front of a live audience.

General admission is $100. Our Executive Edition members save on admission, paying $65. Your admission includes parking and breakfast. To register, click here.

If you're not an Executive Edition member, it's not too late to sign up for a membership while registering for the Executive Roundtable.

To become a member and register for the event, click here. For an all-in-one bundled price of $154.99, you receive savings to this event ($65) and to each of our quarterly Executive Roundtable events, plus access to Executive Edition stories for a year ($89.99). You'll also receive early registration and savings on our 2010 quarterly Executive Roundtable events.

If you'd like to purchase admission for a group, click here to request group sales assistance.

Executive RoundtableAt the Executive Roundtable, I'll talk to Gary about the changes he is making at PacSun, the role of brands at the company's stores, the changing consumer, what PacSun has learned about the juniors market and more. Then Gary will answer questions from the group.

It all happens from 8:30 - 11 a.m. at the Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach. We'll serve breakfast and coffee, and in addition to the formal program, we'll have plenty of time for informal discussions before and after the session.

The Shorebreak Hotel is offering a special room rate of $129 for Monday night, Dec. 7, to people who register for the Executive Roundtable. You'll find more details on our event registration page.

Thanks to our Title sponsor Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps; and to our Executive Sponsors LSQ Funding and Wells Fargo Trade Capital; and to Event Sponsors UTC Retail, Agenda Trade Show, Stonefield Josephson,  and the Shorebreak Hotel, who help make it possible for us to bring you this event.

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