By  on June 12, 2013

When George Feldenkreis fled Fidel Castro’s Communist regime in Cuba in 1961 with his one-year-old son, a pregnant wife and $700 in his pocket, he probably never dreamed that one day he would be ringing the closing bell at New York’s Nasdaq exchange.

But that’s what happened on Wednesday when the chairman and chief executive officer of Perry Ellis International Inc. visited the exchange to celebrate the company’s 20th year as a public company.

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