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Osmotics: Leonard Hinzo and George Smart

March 4, 2008

Osmotics:
Leonard Hinzo has been promoted to vice president of sales, Osmotics. Mr. Hinzo joined the company in 2003 as the regional sales director Midwest and took on the position of national sales director three years later in 2006.

Prior to Osmotics, Mr. Hinzo held management positions with personal care brands Perscriptives, Color Me Beautiful and Fernand Aubrey. He has additional industry experience having worked with Ultima II, Payot/ Paris, Frances Denney and Colonia Fragrance Group.

George Smart has been promoted to vice president training education and special projects. He has been with the Osmotics team since 1997 where he began working behind the Osmotics counter at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. He was then transferred to Beverly Hills as a counter manager for four years until he was promoted to national director of training and education in 2003. Prior to joining Osmotics, Mr. Smart was a regional account executive at Annick Goutal.
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