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Denman Awards Udell

Anne Moratto | September 15, 2016 | 9:08 AM
Pictured left to right: Philip Steele, Managing Director, Denman International, Gary Udell, Co-Principal, Gerry Udell Inc., Victoria Fishman, CEO, Denman Inc., John Rainey, Chairman, Denroy Group, Gerry Udell, Gerry Udell Inc.

During Cosmoprof North America, Denman awarded Gerry Udell, Inc., the Northeast Sales organization, an award for Rep Group of the year for Growth in Sales 2015.

John Rainey, chairman of the Denroy Group and Victoria Fishman, CEO of Denman Inc., presented the award to Gary Udell recognizing the Gerry Udell Group for obtaining the largest percentage of increase in business.

The award took the form of an Art Medal and was created by Natasha Ratcliffe who designed two of the 2012 Olympic Games’ 50 pence pieces for the Royal Mint in the United Kingdom.

The front of the commemorative medal is an interpretation of Zoe Rainey, the “Face of Denman,”and the reverse shows the hair flicks transformed into waves. From these waves flows the gateway to America surrounded by the stars and stripes of the American flag.

“Our focus on the Northeast has continually produced sales increase each year,”Gary Udell

“The Denman name is recognized worldwide as a premiere professional hairbrush company and we are very proud to represent them in the United States,” Glenn Udell added.

 

 

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