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Fragrance Foundation: Neil J. Katz

November 2, 2007

Fragrance Foundation:
Elected Neil J. Katz, chairman and chief executive officer of Parlux Fragrances, Inc., to serve on the Foundation’s board, which serves to enhance the image of the fragrance industry and expand the appreciation and use of fragrance in all its forms across all distribution channels globally.

According to Parlux, Mr. Katz is pleased to have the opportunity to rejoin the Board of Directors of the Foundation, where he previously served from 1996 to 2002, including a term as the Foundation’s first vice chairman from 2000 to 2002. Mr. Katz’s career history includes such leadership positions as president of Liz Claiborne Cosmetics and president of Revlon Beauty Care Division. The Foundation was established in 1949 by six industry leaders affiliated with Elizabeth Arden, Coty, Guerlain, Helena Rubenstein, Chanel, and Parfums Weil, to develop educational programs about the importance and pleasures of fragrance for the American public.
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