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Regional Manager (Southern Midwest - 1 Year Contract)

United states, Saint louis
29 days ago
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Lululemon
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Who We Are: lululemon is an innovative performance apparel company for yoga, running, training, and other athletic pursuits. Setting the bar in technical fabrics and functional design, we create transformational products and experiences that support people in moving, growing, connecting, and being well. We owe our success to our innovative product, emphasis on stores, commitment to our people, and the incredible connections we make in every community we're in. As a company, we focus on creating...Read more

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