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Creative Nail Design: Jan Zanettini

June 11, 2007

Creative Nail Design:
Creative Nail Design welcomed Jan Zanettini to its team. Jan Zanettini joins Creative Nail Design’s sales department in the new position of national school account manager. As national school account manager, Ms. Zanettini will focus on managing and overseeing all educational and business developmental activity in direct school accounts and implementing tailored, school-specific curriculum.

In addition to Ms. Zanettini, Creative Nail Design welcomed Kathleen Summers to the role of director of key accounts. Ms. Summers joined Creative Nail Design in June of 2006 as manager of salon & school development where her focus was on analyzing the efficacy and success of Creative Nail Design’s education programs, and developing new programs. In her new role, Ms. Summers will take on the added responsibility of directing the chain and spa businesses and managing all of Creative Nail Design’s direct customer support.
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