CLEARWATER, Fla., Aug 5, 2004 -- Summit National Consolidation Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SMNC) announces Michael Kelly has joined the company as Director of Marketing.
Michael J. Kelly possesses a vast knowledge of marketing, having spent twenty years in the marketing division of the Colgate Company, spanning a career of almost thirty five years, during which time he has handled all of the major chains in the United States in grocery, drug and mass merchandising while conducting business in China, Canada, Mexico, and South America.
Over the course of the last decade, Kelly shifted his focus to specialize in marketing start-up companies, utilizing his background in brand name and private label products to launch marketing campaigns for new products. Kelly's industry experience and knowledge of the domestic and international marketplace make him an ideal candidate for the position of Director of Marketing for Superwipes.
"Michael Kelly attended the EPPS conference, and helped make it a milestone in the history of the company," said Mario Quenneville, President and CEO of SMNC. "Mike gives SMNC a presence in New York, having maintained an office in the Empire State Building for over fifteen years, which is important for dealing with our current and future retail clients."
SMNC conceives, designs and formulates unique cosmetic and all-purpose products from organic materials with a variety of applications including fingernail polish remover, make up remover, sneaker cleaner wipes, instant shoe shine wipes, acne treatment wipes, eye glass, cleaner and defogger, car interior leather cleaning pads, vitamin E applicators, etc. Superwipe products are sold in leading food, drug, convenience and beauty supply stores throughout North America and Europe. More Superwipe products are in various stages of development, and should be released throughout 2004. Please visit www.superwipes.com
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