Zeal Optics appoints new head of sales

February 17, 2012

Zeal Optics, the company that introduced the first goggles with GPS systems and launched the first complete line of bio-based sunglasses in eyewear, has appointed David Borbon director of sales.

Boulder, CO – Zeal Optics, the company that introduced the first goggles with GPS systems and launched the first complete line of bio-based sunglasses in eyewear, has appointed David Borbon director of sales.

Borbon joins Zeal Optics from O’Neill Clothing, Irvine, CA, a manufacturer of wetsuits, dry suits, sports clothing, and accessories. At Hurley International, Borbon covered the men’s, junior’s and children’s divisions, as well as the US Coast Guard, NEXCOM, and Hard Rock Amusement Park in the mid-Atlantic territory.

In the optical industry, Borbon spent years as an accessories representative for Oakley Inc., where he helped launch numerous products and stage marketing events.

"Putting David on our team adds significant horsepower as we evolve the Zeal Optics brand and marketing," said Joe Prebich, director of marketing at Zeal Optics. "In the past year, we’ve developed incredible products that exemplify how to blend technology with gear to enhance active lifestyles. His experience in working with eyewear and lifestyle brands that are central to how our customers live their lives will be the key to success."

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