PDC, a maker of identification wrist bands, promoted Robert Case to president, the company announced on Tuesday. Case had previously been the vice president of worldwide marketing and sales for the Valencia firm, which serves the health care, leisure and entertainment, law enforcement and pet industries. He replaces Tracey Carpentier who was named chief executive in 2012 and announced her retirement in July. Case said he was eager to have a greater role at PDC to help grow the company in the health care and hospitality areas. “The (health care) industry is experiencing significant changes that require meaningful product innovation and top-level talent to offer an unparalleled customer experience,” Case said in a prepared statement. PDC is owned by Brady Corp., a publicly traded Milwaukee company. The Pasadena building housing the world headquarters of Disney Stores USA has been acquired by Swig Co., a San Francisco real estate investment firm, it was announced Tuesday. Disney Stores, a subsidiary of Walt Disney Co., in Burbank, will remain a tenant in the single story building constructed in 1922. The property was renovated in 2005 and has an attached four-level parking structure. Terms of the deal between Swig and the seller, Karlin Real Estate, in Los Angeles, were not disclosed.