Roy Pomerantz is the current Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel of Baby King/Regent Baby Products Corp., a leader in manufacturing high quality baby products. Key categories include feeding, pacifiers, bathing, grooming, gift, toys, layette, blankets, health, safety and travel. Baby king products are sold through all channels of distribution including grocery, mass, drug, e-commerce and specialty. Baby King products are also sold in over 50 countries throughout the world. Baby King owns over 250,000 square feet of warehouse space and has its headquarters in Jamaica, New York and a distribution center in Melville, Long Island. It has showrooms in New York (Manhattan and Queens), Philadelphia and Chicago. Major licenses are Disney, Dora, SpongeBob, Ninja, Scholastic for Baby, Sesame Beginnings, Playtex and Looney Tunes. Baby King has one of the best safety records in the industry, and all of its products comply with CPSIA requirements. Baby King has been a member of the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association for over 25 years. Roy Pomerantz graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia College and Harvard Law School. After graduating from Harvard, Pomerantz practiced law at the international law firm, Debevoise & Plimpton. He has served on the Columbia College Board of Directors for over twenty years. Pomerantz is also a serious and passionate juggler who has been pursuing this art form since the age of 14. During high school, Roy studied with the MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Michael Moschen at the New York School for Circus Arts. While in college, Roy was one of 50 people from over 5000 applicants to be accepted to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Clown College. Pomerantz turned down this offer to complete his academic studies at Columbia where he was the featured juggler at the halftime shows for football and basketball games. Roy Pomerantz’ juggling exploits have been featured in Newday, The New York Times and other national publications. He has performed at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas and for numerous charitable and philanthropic organizations including the children’s ward at Sloan Kettering, the Children’s Museum in Manhattan and P.S. 6, a public school in Manhattan. Pomerantz has also taught juggling in the Alternative Education Program at Columbia University. He has been a member of the International Jugglers Association for over 40 years.
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