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13.12.2012 – 09:01


Chief Supply Chain Officer Reiner Seiz leaves PUMA

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Herzogenaurach (euro adhoc) - Chief Supply Chain Officer Reiner Seiz leaves PUMA

Herzogenaurach, Germany, 13 December 2012 - PUMA  announced  today  that  Reiner
Seiz (49), Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSO), informed the  Administrative  Board
that he will not extend his current  contract.  After  23  successful  years  at
PUMA, Seiz leaves the company amicably to pursue new  career  opportunities.  He
will remain in charge of his duties until 31 January 2013.  His  successor  will
be announced at a later date.

Reiner Seiz has been with PUMA since 1989 and became a member of  the  Board  of
Management in 2008. Upon PUMA's  transformation  into  a  European  Corporation,
Seiz was appointed Managing Director and has been responsible  for  leading  the
sourcing organization PUMA World Cat as well as PUMA's  worldwide  Supply  Chain
Management as Chief Supply Chain Officer.

PUMA would like to express its gratitude to Reiner Seiz for his  dedicated  work
for more than two decades. He was of great support  in  realizing  PUMA's  long-
term sustainability  targets  along  the  company's  supply  chain  as  well  as
building a global sourcing structure and a network of suppliers.

Media Contact:

Ulf Santjer - Corporate Communications - PUMA SE - +49 9132 81 2489 -
Kerstin Neuber - Corporate Communications - PUMA SE - +49 9132 81 2984 -

|PUMA                                                                          |

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Mihara Yasuhiro. The PUMA Group owns the brands PUMA, Cobra  Golf  and  Tretorn.
The company, which was founded in 1948, distributes its products  in  more  than
120 countries, employs about 11,000 people worldwide  and  has  headquarters  in
Herzogenaurach/Germany, Boston, London and  Hong  Kong.  For  more  information,
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Further inquiry note:
Kerstin Neuber

Telefon: +49 (0)9132 81-2984


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