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Brandon Ranney to Head Creative Salon Concepts

Jan Hillenmeyer | September 19, 2013 | 12:07 PM

Creative Salon Concepts, an independent distributor based in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, has announced the promotion of Brandon Ranney to president. Ranney will succeed his father Bill Ranney who founded Creative Salon Concepts 21 years ago.

Brandon Ranney is introducing new technologies including equipping all sales representatives with iPads and offering Creative Salon Concepts’ partner salons the ability to place orders online. Ranney is also planning a trip to 2014 Cosmoprof Bologna to investigate new brand additions to Creative Salon Concepts’ current product offerings.

“Brandon is an industry expert and he is well prepared to take on the promotion. I am looking forward to what the future holds and to see how Brandon will push Creative Salon Concepts to 2014,” says Founder Bill Ranney. Visit


Brandon Ranney to Head Creative Salon Concepts

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