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DALLAS – Pam Epple of Branchville joined more than 30,000 Mary Kay independent beauty consultants at the company’s annual seminar recently at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.
Mary Kay Inc.’s annual seminar assembles independent beauty consultants from across the country and around the world to celebrate their business achievements and provide education, recognition and motivation for the year ahead.
Epple began her Mary Kay business in 1975 and is currently an independent senior sales director. At the seminar, Epple was recognized for her unit’s “Circle of Achievement” standing, being a star sales director,” and also for earning the use of a new Chevy Equinox crossover.
“It felt great to be at Mary Kay Seminar celebrating my unit’s achievements, always learning more about Mary Kay products and the career opportunity, and being recognized for my efforts,” said Epple. “It’s especially a joy as a unit director to recognize my unit members for their accomplishments and associate with other women I’ve known for years.”
As a part of Mary Kay’s long-standing commitment to prevent and end domestic violence, Mary Kay independent beauty consultants were encouraged to take gently used professional attire to donate to domestic violence shelters as part of The Mary Kay Foundation’s annual “Suits for Shelters” program. To date, the program has collected more than 12,000 pieces of professional attire for domestic-violence survivors seeking jobs.
The theme for this year’s seminar, “Discover What You Love,” invited Mary Kay’s independent sales force to discover what helps them feel beautiful, confident and connected while enjoying the freedom and flexibility in their Mary Kay businesses.