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Sally Beauty Recognizes 2013 Partners in Progress

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 25, 2013 | 1:29 PM
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From left: Gary Winterhalter, chairman and CEO, Sally Beauty Holdings; Conair’s Ken Russo, senior vice president, general merchandising manager; Alan Stockman, vice president; and Joni Bologna, director of key accounts with Linda Voracek, group vice president, merchandising, Sally Beauty Supply.
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From left: Gary Winterhalter, chairman and CEO, Sally Beauty Holdings; Stephen Adler, CEO, and Ira Adler, vice president of Fisk Industries and Linda Voracek, vice president, merchandising, Sally Beauty Supply.
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From left: Kevin Van Nest of Van Nest Coleman; Gary Winterhalter, chairman and CEO, Sally Beauty Holdings; Victoria Rainey Fishman, vice president, and John Rainey, president of Denman, Inc. and Linda Voracek, vice president, merchandising, Sally Beauty Supply.
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From left: Renée Reynolds, director, merchandising, Sally Beauty Supply; Gary Winterhalter, chairman and CEO Sally Beauty Holdings; Venetta Coley, vice president, marketing, Namaste; Mohit Malhotra, CEO Dabur International Limited and Linda Voracek, vice president, merchandising, Sally Beauty Supply.
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Sally Beauty Supply LLC honored its 2013 Partners in Progress at its annual breakfast gathering during Cosmoprof North America in Las Vegas.

Each year Sally Beauty recognizes select vendors for outstanding sales and marketing efforts and for exceptional management of inventory. The2013 Sally Beauty Partners in Progress are Conair Corporation, Denman, Inc., Fisk Industries and Namaste Laboratories.

“We are pleased to honor our outstanding manufacturers,” said Mike Spinozzi, president of Sally Beauty Supply. “These companies have the same dedication to quality and customer service that is the hallmark of Sally Beauty’s success.”

Conair was one of Sally Beauty’s first vendor partners. The company was founded in 1959 as Continental Hair Products and now operates in more than 100 countries.

Denman is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The Denman brush was invented by Jack Denman Dean and utilized one of the first nylon injection molding techniques.

Fisk Industries is family-owned business that specializes in cosmetic solutions for specific beauty challenges. Fisk has partnered with Sally Beauty for more than 35 years.

Namaste manufactures Namaste Organic Root Stimulator and other natural, healing hair care products for the multi-cultural market.

Gary Winterhalter, chairman and CEO of Sally Beauty Holdings, was present for the awards and said, “We appreciate your cooperation. We depend on that cooperation and we value your partnership.” Visit www.sallybeauty.com.

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