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Stephenie Staton Promoted at TIGI

Jan Hillenmeyer | November 18, 2013 | 7:53 AM

Vince Davis, general manager of TIGI Americas, announced that Stephenie Staton has been promoted to Director of Business Development for national accounts and will lead the customer development team for TIGI’s national account salon chain division.

Staton joined TIGI 18 years ago and has received multiple promotions increasing her responsibilities within TIGI’s global activities. Her positions have included National Sales Coordinator, Customer Service Manager, Assistant Director of Operations, Brand Manager, Trade Marketing Manager and Senior Marketing Manager.

Staton will be responsible for customer development at Regis, Ulta, Haircuttery, Beauty Brands, Toni & Guy, Fantastic Sams, Chatters, and all other chain salon business. According to Davis, “Stephenie’s responsibilities include overall sales development to include account management, coordinating and executing market initiatives and developing sales and education teams to support our customer development.” Visit tigihair.com.

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