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Pravana welcomed five new members to its team.

January 29, 2013

Pravana: welcomed five new members to its team.

Amanda Schroeder, education coordinator, will report directly to Gloria Day, director of distributor education, and will be responsible for scheduling and managing all distributor store and salon classes and events.

Susan Moore, district sales manager, is responsible for the overall growth and development of the Pravana brand within the RDA Pro-Mart and State Beauty business in New Mexico territory. She will handle overall development and productivity of each division within scope of responsibility, including street and store development as well as TKG management.

Dennis Duncan, regional sales manager, Midwest, is responsible for the overall growth and development of the brand within the Midwest region. He will handle the productivity of each division within his scope of responsibility, including full service distribution, corporate stores and sub-distributor entities.

Kimberly DePriest, regional sales manager, South, is responsible for the overall growth and development of the Pravana brand within the Southern region. This includes street and store development as well as partnerships with key salon accounts.

Carrie Rinehart, business development manager, will build the brand’s relationship program in order to better communicate with stylists and customers. She will also spearhead social media efforts.
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