derma e® Appoints Southern California Sales Manager

Simi Valley, CA (July 2008) – derma e® Natural Bodycare, a pioneer in natural skincare products known for blending powerful antioxidants with nourishing vitamins and botanicals, has appointed Matt Stearn to the newly created position of Southern California Sales Manager.

Previously, Matt worked for derma e® as the Direct Marketing and Customer Service Manager. During this time, he implemented strategies to increase customer sales and provided outstanding service by developing and maintaining positive relationships. With his extensive knowledge on the derma e® product line, natural ingredients and their benefits, he also actively trained the sales force and new employees.

With this new position, Matt will be responsible for the successful sales of derma e®’s antioxidant-rich anti-aging and solution-oriented natural bodycare products in the Southern California territory. This includes the development, account management and execution of tactical programs to grow new and maintain existing business.

“derma e® is poised for growth in the Southern California market and we are pleased to have Matt Stearn on the team to help drive sales and expand our market share in this region. With Matt's background and passion he is a true asset to our team and I am confident he will be able to increase sales, build key relationships and expand our exposure to help the derma e® brand become even more reputable”, says Gina Ferrato, North American Sales Manager.

For nearly 25 years, derma e® Natural Bodycare has pioneered the development of high-performance antioxidant skincare solutions. The comprehensive line of natural products is paraben-free, cruelty-free, 100% vegetarian and includes over 90 SKUs. derma e® can be found in 5000+ retail outlets across the U.S., with additional distribution internationally and on derma e® is family owned and operated and dedicated to serving the natural products retailer.

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