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Superfeet marches on with fresh insoles

A year after private equity acquisition, the culture fit seems supportive

Superfeet Vice President of Global Operations Derek Schauer stands in front of a machine spitting out newly assembled Green model insoles in Ferndale on Sept. 21. Superfeet has created dozens of styles
Superfeet Vice President of Global Operations Derek Schauer stands in front of a machine spitting out newly assembled Green model insoles in Ferndale on Sept. 21. Superfeet has created dozens of styles (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
It’s easy being “Green.” For Superfeet, this week marks a return to its roots — or perhaps m

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