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JP DeJoria Accepts Visionary of the Year Award

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 8:40 PM
Excerpt from Maggie Mulhern's blog:

As hard as it is to believe, John Paul DeJoria, CEO and co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems, has never…that’s right NEVER…been honored by the salon industry! He has received awards and nods worldwide for his charitable work but has yet to be acknowledged by the salon world for his contributions.

The members of Intercoiffure America/Canada decided to right that wrong and gave him the VISIONARY OF THE YEAR AWARD at the most recent Trend Luncheon held at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City.


Watch this video of John Paul's acceptance speech.

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