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Ex-Lululemon boss Christine Day now CEO of Luvo Inc

Christine Day, the former CEO of Lululemon, is now at health company Luvo Inc. - LuvoInc.com
Christine Day, the former CEO of Lululemon, is now at health company Luvo Inc.
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Ex-Lululemon boss Christine Day – who stepped from her position with the Vancouver-based yogawear empire last June – is now the CEO of Luvo Inc.

Day has been with Luvo since January, according to a blog spot on the company's website:

"Christine shares our dedication to wellbeing – she totally gets it – and she’s a true leader," the company's post says, written by social media manager Oli Maughan. "You may have heard of her as she was most recently the CEO of lululemon, a company we, well, love. She’s also a 20-year veteran of Starbucks, where she helped to build a strong and innovative company culture.

"Put together, her passionate leadership and experience in food and wellness make her a great fit to help us take Luvo to the next level."

Luvo Inc. is a healthy food company founded last year and based out of Atlanta, Georgia. It promotes its own products as "wholesome, nutritious meals that taste amazing". Entrees include Chicken Enchiladas, Ravioli, and Orange Mango Chicken, with Breakfasts, Flatbreads, and Yogurt Bars.

The company's products are available in grocery stores and on Delta Air Lines flights and they have worked with NFLer Troy Polamalu, and Luvo has gotten endorsements from high-profile celebrities like Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and actress Jennifer Garner.

The company also has its Fresh Blog, with posts similar in attitude and theme to Lululemon's culture and titled like "Downward Facing Dude: One man's experience at the Wanderlust Yoga Festival".

Delta Partnership with Luvo Inc

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