EAGAN, MN (September 28, 2020) – Storm Creek, a leading supplier of premium eco-made outdoor-inspired apparel headquartered in Eagan, Minnesota, announced today it has hired Lynette Dunsworth as Director of Sales and Customer Experience. Dunsworth will lead new market opportunities for the company, as well as oversee the sales and customer services teams.
Dunsworth joins Storm Creek with more than 32 years of experience in worldwide apparel sales, merchandising, business development, and operations. Her background includes working for one of the largest American apparel and footwear companies operating more than 30 brands and subsidiaries, including Nautica, The North Face, Timberland, and Vans.
Prior to joining Storm Creek, Dunsworth was the Director of Sales, Strategic Planning, and Sales Operations for Creative Apparel Concepts, a manufacturer of unique sleepwear, licensed team sports, and souvenir apparel, based in Maple Grove, Minnesota, where she leveraged opportunities across the business to create new revenue streams and implemented strategic plans to grow sales through major retailers, such as Amazon, Target, Wal-Mart, and Costco. Before that, she served as Director of Sales and Business Development at Intimo, a privately held luxury undergarment and sleepwear line, based in New York, NY, where she led the sales, merchandising, business development, licensing, and customer service teams.
Dunsworth holds a B.S. in Business/Fashion Merchandising from Iowa State University, as well as two certifications (digital marketing and professional planning) and a Mini M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas.
“Lynette comes to us with a truly phenomenal background of experience, that we know will be of utmost value to Storm Creek,” said Storm Creek CEO Teresa Fudenberg. “She is an extremely experienced entrepreneurial executive with a proven ability in sales, strategic, planning, operations, and more. We are so excited to have her vast knowledge and perspective on our team to help ensure Storm Creek continues its strong growth trajectory into 2021 and beyond.”