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Drom: Andrew O'Shea

February 16, 2007

Drom:
Andrew O’Shea has been promoted to vice president sales, personal care for Drom Fragrances U.S. Mr. O’Shea has been with Drom for over five years as an account executive where he has taken personal care to a whole new level for the company. Mr. O’Shea will continue to report directly to James Dellas, president of Drom U.S.

Drom also welcomes Valerie Lombardo to fill the new market research role in the Towaco, NJ office and Michael Nina comes to Drom as concept manager, working in the NY Tribecca Studio. Both Ms. Lombardo and Mr. Nina will report to Martha Basanta, head of the U.S. marketing team.
Carolyn Espersen joins Drom Fragrances’ evaluation team. Ms. Espersen will take over the Bath and Body Fragrance Brands.

Also joining Drom’s Tribecca Studio location is perfumer Pierre Geuros. Prior to this appointment, he had been living and working for Drom’s Munich, Germany location for more than five years. This relocation to New York City gives tremendous opportunities to both Drom U.S. and its clients.
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