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Keune Names New Salon Specialist

September 13, 2013

Will focus on West Coast region.

Keune Haircosmetics welcomed Linda Evanoff as a regional salon specialist. In this new role, she will focus on growing the Keune brand on the West Coast by training the company’s distributor salon consultants (DSCs) about the brand and its products and also by educating stylists and salon owners about how to grow their hair color, styling and retail businesses with Keune as their partner. She will also work with DSCs and distributor store personnel to create Keune focus days, special promotions, incentives and educational opportunities for their salons and beauty professionals to help them learn more about the brand.
Evanoff brings to Keune her extensive experience in business development, sales, training, positioning and planning skills from concept to long term strategy and execution. She began her journey in the professional beauty industry as a licensed cosmetologist, quickly working her way to becoming a salon owner and ultimately a full-time artist/educator and salon development manager for Redken. Through her experience as a salon development manager, she was responsible for the development and growth of existing accounts, as well as generating new salon accounts in her territories, which extended to Northern California, Alaska, Hawaii, Las Vegas and San Diego.
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